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Eastern nazarene College 

WOLLASTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

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1954 
NAUTILUS 



Edito r-in- Cn iej 

ETHEL R. MULLEN 

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Business Manager 

L. THOMAS SKIDMORE 




Dedication 



TTTLE — "The Good News of Salvation" 

CHAPTERS — Student life, high school teacher, academy principal, 
professor of courses as varied as chemistry and modern 
languages, librarian. 

CONTENTS — Pages and pages of faithful, unflagging labor over the 
books he loves. 

THEME — Unstinting, ever-willing service. 

STYLE — Self-effacing and good-humored, courteous and quietly 
efficient. 

INDEX — A well-organized mind stored with accurate information, 
readily accessible. 

The whole volume bound together with a high sense of Christian duty 
and utterly reliable consistency in carrying it out. 

Because our appreciation of good books has been increased and 
heightened by his inspiring devotion to them, we take great pleasure 
in dedicating this, the 1954 NAUTILUS to 



'Pio^eteo* Sv&*tyeto4 Sote*iacte& 



PREFACE 



From the first day we stepped through the doors of E.N.C., 
books have been the challenge, the stimulus, the entire business of our 
life. The story of our college years might be told in four volumes — 
Our Textbook, Our Record Book, Our Book of Memories, and Our 
Book of Life. 

As textbooks are the foundation of academic subjects, so our 
faculty members present a fundamental source of information on life 
at its potential best. They are Our Textbook — "living epistles known 
and read of all men." 

Our record Book is more than a mere list of names. It re- 
calls for us permanently the faces of those who sat next to us in class, 
Studied with us in the library, and lived near us in the dormitory. Also 
written there are our scholastic records which remind us of the real 
purpose of our college days — preparation for future usefulness. 

Preserved forever in Our Book of Memories are the good times 
we had together at E.N.C. The tingling vitality of an autumn outing, 
the last tense moments of a championship game, the good fellowship 
of hearty laughter and quiet conversation — all are captured for us to 
relive again and again as we turn the pages- 
There is a volume that is the index to them all. The truth it 
contains has been the inspiration, and the guiding star of our college. 
We purpose that it shall also be ours. Whether we are working, play- 
ing, studying, or trying to apply the Golden Rule to problems of every- 
day life, we are expressing the same reverent enthusiasm for the book 
which is for us indeed — Our Book of Life. 




"The true University - . . is a Collection of Books." 



Carlyle 




"The love of learning . . - and the serenity of books ..." 



Our 

president's 

MESSAGE 



There are no more vita! years in life than those spent on the campus 
of a Christian college. It is here that lessons are learned, horizons are broadened, 
friendships are formed and decisions are made which affect all the after years. The 
Christian student is presented with abundant opportunity to think great thoughts 
and dream great dreams. He explores new fields of knowledge under the careful 
guidance of his tutors, exchanges new ideas with his fellow students, and tries to 
relate all he learns to his Christian faith. 

The ever-present necessity of earning a living while studying makes 
the pursuit of a college education a strenuous assignment. But the Christian student 
knows that all that is worth while in life comes only as the result of toil and strug- 
gle. He learns to accept every task as a challenge and to fulfill every obligation 
with painstaking care. He becomes a responsible person, facing all of the prob- 
lems and demands of life with courage and fortitude. 

It is this happy combination of the theoretical and the practical 
which makes life at E.N.C. so rewarding. The student who, despite the rigorous 
experience, perseveres to the successful completion of his college course will find 
himself adequately prepared for life. He will have deep within him the abiding 
conviction that, with Christ, he can be "more than conquerer." 




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President 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



AKRON DISTRICT 
C. D. TAYLOR 

323 Washington Ave., Cuyahoga Falls Ohio 
M. L. BUNKER 

2021 Twelfth Street, S.W., Akron 11. Ohio 
W. ROUSH 

725 Third St., N.W., New Philadelphia, Ohio 

ALBANY DISTRICT 

li. D. SMITH 

106 W. Warrington IU1.. Syracuse, New York 
A. M. FALLON 

66 Grand Boulevard, Binghamton, New York 

CANADA CENTRAL DISTRICT 
T. E. MARTIN 

83 Lonborough Ave., Toronto, Ontario Can 
A. E. COLLINS 

186 Main St., Newmarket, Ontario, Can. 

MARITIME DISTRICT 
J. II. MacGREGOR 

Box 234, Oxford, Nova Scotia, Canada 

NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT 

I. C. ALBRIGHT 

19 Keniston Rd., Melrose 76, Massachusetts 
F. S. HARRIS 

169 Harriett Street, South Portland, Maine 
L. M. SPANGENBERG 

178 Quinobequin Rd., Waban, Massachusetts 
J. W. TURI'EL 

65 Brunswick Ave.. Gardiner, Maine 



NEW YORK DISTRICT 
R. I. GOSLAW 

27 Wilson Street, Beacon, New York 
H. R. OLSON 

R.D. No. 2, Butler, New Jersey 

PITTSBURGH DISTRICT 

R. F. IIEINLEIN 

R..F.D. 7, Box .367, Butler, Pennsylvania 
M. R. EMERY 

25 Franklin St., Warren, Pennsylvania 
R. M. INGLAND 

o22 Meadow Ave., Charleroi, Pennsylvania 
.1. Z. ANDREE 

905 Pennsylvania Ave., East Warren, Penna. 

WASHINGTON-PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT 

E. F. CROSSE 

528 Baer Avenue, Hanover, Pennsylvania 

F. D. KETNER 

212 MacDade Blvd., Collingdale, Penna 
A. C. McKENZIE 

1530 Nazareth Pike, Bethlehem, Penna 
F. C. WOLF 

181 North Third St., Oxford, Pennsylvania 

ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES 
W. G. ANGELL 

65 Gould Street, Wollaston 70. Massachusetts 
II. B. WARD 

239 Harriett Street, South Portland, Maine 

PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE 

EDWARD S. MANN 

41 West Elm Ave., Wollaston 70, Mass. 



Front Row (seated): L. W. Durkee, W. Roush, M. L. Bunker, E. C. Wolf, F. D. Ketner W G 
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E, S. Hams, R. F. Hemlem, CD. Taylor Second Row (standing): J. C. Albright, A. M. Fallon, 
J. W Turpel, R. L Goslaw, A. E. Collins, H. B. Ward. R. D. Smith, T. E. Martin R M 
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CONTENTS 



FACULTY 



CLASSES 



ACTIVITIES 






RELIGIOUS LIFE 




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ADMINISTRATIVE 
EXECUTIVES 




BERTHA MUNRO 

A.M. 
Dean ol the College 

Literature 

"A good hook is the precious life-blood of 

a master-spirit, embalmed and treasured up 

on purpose to a Life beyond life." 

Our beloved Dean is a constant in- 
spiration to each of us with her Christ-like 
patience, her sincere humility, and her no- 
bility of soul. She is a faithful administra- 
tor; possessing keen discernment and depth 
of wisdom. Her life is dedicated to Cod, to 
E.N.C., to others. Her way of life — "Trust 
and Obey" — "Blessed are the pure in 
heart . . ." 



ALVIN H. KAUFFMAN 

Ph.D. 

Assistant Dean of the College 

Philosophy and Psychology 

"He ted his spirit with the bread of hooks, 

and slaked his thirst at all the wells of 

thought." 

Our new Assistant Dean is already 
filling a very important place in the lite of 
E.N.C., as a wise administrator, excellent 
teacher, and helpful counsellor. A perfec- 
tionist, Dean Kauffman believes that Chris- 
tianity applied to practical problems makes 
tor efficiency-plus. An excellent pianist and 
artist, he has put his ten talents to full use 
only "that His name might be glorified." 





CLAUDE C. SCHLOSSER 
A.B. 

Business Manager 

"Begin by reading thyself ratlier than 
hooks." 

Apparently never ruffled, Mr. Schlos- 
scr directs the finances of E.N.C. with 
efficiency. We will remember his thought- 
provoking chapel talks, his ever-ready 
greeting, and hearty laugh. 

Enthusiastic in all he does, his life 
is a well-balanced combination of cheerful 
acceptance of duty and "time-out" for rec- 
reation and relaxation. A familiar figure at 
the latest campus sports events, he is genu- 
inely interested in every phase of student 
life. 




MR. MADELINE NEASE 

A.B. 

Registrar 

"The world may sound no trumpet, ring no 

bells: 

The book of life the shining record tells." 

Her deep devotion to God and 
E.N.C. explains our registrar's long hours of 
devoted service and faithful diligence in the 
endless round of tasks which are her lot. 

We marvel at her calmness in the 
midst of piles of grade-cards, conflicts in 
schedules, and class attendance records. Her 
personal interest in the student has won tor 
her a place in the hearts of all who know 
her. 







STEPHEN W. NEASE 

A.B., Th.B. 

Executive Field Secretary 

"The wise are above books." 

Our "public relations" man exempli- 
fies the maxim "Holiness is religious prin- 
ciple put into motion." True to Nease 
tradition, he has upheld the cause of E.N.C. 
and of God. 

Representative of the college's pur- 
poses and practices are his quartet travels, 
his habit of getting things done, his friendly 
boyish grin, his happy family life — and 
most of all, his growth in the Spirit. 






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EDITH F. COVE 

Mus. M. 

Music 



KENT GOODNOW 

A.M. 

Classical Languages 

German. Spanish 



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J. GLENN GOULD 
A.M., D.D. 

Theology 



VERNON T. GROVES 

Ph.D. 
Psychology 



MARY K. HARRIS 

A.M. 
French, Spanish 




JASPER R. NAYLOR 


JAMES H. SHRADER 


B.S., A.M. 


Ph.D. 


Mathematics 


Chemistry 



JLTY 




ALICE SPANGENBERG 

A.M. 
English 



CHARLES W. AKERS 

Ph.D. 
History 




WILLIAM J. V. BABCOCK 

A.M. 
Biology 



HARVEY J. S. BLANEY 

A.B., B.D. 
Biblical Literature, Librarian 



LOUISE A. DYGOSKI 

A.M 
Speech 




OLIVE B. MARPLE 

A.B., Mus.B. 
Music 



ROLLAND W. PARSONS 

M.S. 

Education 




HELEN F. ROTHWELL 

A.M. 

Spanish 



MEL-THOMAS ROTHWELL 

A.M. 
Philosophy 



FAQ 




TIMOTHY L. SMITH 

A.M. 
History 



EVANGELOS SOTERIADES 

A.M., B.S. 

Library Science 
Assistant Librarian 



ESTHER D. WILLIAMSON 

Dean of Women 
Voice 




GEORGE J. DELP 


WALLACE DIXON 


A.B., S.T.M. 


A.M. 


Greek 


Biology, Director of 




Audio-Visual Aids 



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JLTY 




WARD M. HUNTING 

M.S. 

Chemistry 



HADRIAN R. LECHNER 

A.M. 

Physics 




UR H. MULLEN 


PAUL I. WILLWERTH 


DIRAN DOHANIAN 


Th.B., A.M. 


Mus.M. 


B.F.A. 


Theology 


Music 


Art 




FRANK W. GERY, JR. 

M.B.A. 

Business Administration 



EDITH P. GOODNOW 

A.M. 

Englisli Literature 




J. HENRY KNOWLES 

A.B., B.D. 

Psychology, Sociology 



CARROLL BRADLEY 

M.S. 
Physical Education 



HERBERT V. DODGE 
A.B. 

Assistant in Speech 



CHRISTINE H. NEASE 

B.S. 

Assistant in Violin 



FACULTY 




ALMA R. WASHBURN 
B.S. 

Assistant in Music 



WILLIAM F. BROWN 

B.S. 
Assistant in Physics 




HARRY E. JESSOP 

M.S.L., D.D. 

Visiting Professor cf Theology 



SPECIAL LECTURERS 





DR. JOHN E. RILEY 

Gould Lecturer 



DR. S. T. LUDWIG 

kaufhnan Lecturer 



ADMINISTRATIVE 




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Elizabeth Young George Allen Robert Harding Mary Rankin Audrev Ward Geraldine Davis Catherine Smith 

Sec. to President Supervisor, Maint. Food Service Mgr. Service Mgr. Bookkeeper Sec. to Executive Sec. to Business 

Field Sec. Manager 





Peulah Willwerth Jackie Rav Fave Painter Charles Djerf. Paul Ossen, M.D. Sylvia Hancock Ruth Keffer 

Cashier and Sec. to Registrar File Clerk M.D. College Doctor College Nur-e College Nurse 

Receptionist College Doctor 



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HONOR SOCIETY 




Front Row: B. Hemmings, L. Flick, B. Church, C. McEachern, H. Johnson, G. Jessop, M. Bye, 
C. Oulton. Second Row: J. Williamson, H. Young, K. Gibbs, A. Hesemeyer, G. Smith, R. Merki. 



To successfully maintain a steadfast, 
Christian life while attaining high scholastic 
achievement — these are the goals of Phi Delta 
Lambda and the College Honor Society. The 
successful combination of these objectives per- 
mits the individual to live a triumphant Chris- 
tian life of service. 

The students who belong to the College 
Honor Society have not reached the end, but 
have laid the groundwork for a rich, intellec- 
tual life. They have taken advantage of the 
purposes of Eastern Nazarene College — acad- 
emic training grounded in Christian truth. By 
securing membership, these students have en- 
abled E.N.C. to maintain her high level of 
scholarship among her sister institutions. 

Eligibility for membership in Phi Delta 
Lambda requires that the student be in the 
upper 15'' of his graduating class. Phi Delta 
Lambda seeks to promote a close relationship 
between the graduate and undergraduate. Un- 
der Prof. Louise Dygoski, the graduate society 
has promoted Book Club meetings, made loans 
to graduate students, and sponsored a chapel 
during this vear. 



PHI DELTA LAMBDA 




Seated: M. Turkington, Treas.; L. Dygoski, Pres. Standing: T. Smith, 
Chairman of the Scholarship Loan Fund; E. Soteriades, Y. Pres. 



GRADUATES IN 
THEOLOGY 



In order that they might be better prepared to "preach the gospel to every 
creature . . .," these students have completed an additional year to their college training 
with theological emphasis. They have accepted the challenge of Christ's call and have 
determined to be armed with the whole armor of God. 

Following His leadings and seeking His will, becomes their guiding prin- 
ciple in their quest for further truth. Knowledge and its relationship to winning souls for 
the kingdom manifests itself in their aims and purposes. 

"Preaching the kingdom of God, and teaching those things which concern 
the Lord Jesus Christ, with all confidence, no man forbidding him." 




Cloyce Cunningham 


Herbert Dodge 


John Friend 


Charles Holman 


Earl Landers 


Ronald Parsons 


John Sabean 


Alvan Pyne 




Front How: E. Goodnow, V, Pres.; Q, Caswell, PreS.; Prof. Mullen. 
Advisor: D. Armstrong, Sec. Second Row: II. Brake, Treas.; J. 
Stratton, S. C. Rep.; R. Merki, Chap. 

As the organ peals out "Pomp and Cir- 
cumstance" we suddenly realize that it is all 
over. Within a few minutes the diploma will 
he in our hands; we will be among the Alumni. 

Father Time says we may delay no 
longer; life is waiting "that we may conquer." 
But we long to linger o'er our happy memories 
together. Can we ever forget our first Junior- 
Senior Day when we trembled down the aisle 
in our tan and rose suits? Remember how the 
wind blew around the big rock where we had 
our first Junior outing — and the hamburger 
that tasted like the grill? 

Mr. and Mrs. Mullen have been superb 
counselors. They helped us try to guess who 
baked the cookies at the Fall outing. And the 
Mystery Ride was best of all. We'll always 
remember Prof. Mullen playing "Winkem." 

The Senior Trip was a happy interlude, 
thanks to the wise planning of Quent and 
Beth. The devotions around the fireplace at 
the Elms sealed our hearts together. 

As honored guests on Junior-Senior 
Day we began to feel that "pruning hook of 
time"; and here we were. The Dean was rising 
to present us to the President as candidates for 
graduation. We stood together and realized 
with joy that we are and shall be "Conquerors 
through Him." 




DOREEN ARMSTRONG 
A.B., Literature 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 1. Lit- 
erature Club 2, 3, 4, President 4. Evan- 
gelistic Association 3. A Cappella Choir 
4. Meistersingers 1, 2. Basketball 1. 
Volleyball 1. Nautilus 4, Photography 
Editor 4. Student Council 4. Senior 
Class Secretary. 

Citation: Loyalty. Gear: Mind of her own 
— heart of gold. Lightning typist. Dis- 
criminating taste. Maneuvers: Psycholo- 
gical tests. Literary pilgrimage. Deep- 
ening convictions. "We needs must love 
the highest when see see it." Distin- 
guished Service: Dean's SOS. Regiment: 
Personnel Workers. 

JAMES BAKER 
A.B., History 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 1. Astronomy 
Club 2. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 
3. Student Ministerial Association 3. 
Meistersingers 1, 2, President 2. House 
Council 2, 3, Freshman Chaplain 1. 
Citation: Earnest Enthusiasm. Gear: 
Winning voice, firm opinions. Captured 
by Christ. Maneuvers: Definite testi- 
monies. Dorchester sparkplug. Taxi. 
"Morpheus, thou knowest him well, the 
god of sleep." Distinguished Service: A 
good word for E.N.C. abroad. Regiment: 
Gospel Spreaders. 




EVELYN BLAKE 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Teachers of 
America 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 
1, 2, 3, 4. Prospective Missionary Society 
1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. Student Mission- 
ary Society 1, 2, 3. Meistersingers 4. 
Nautilus 2. Campus Camera 1. 
Citation: Understanding S y m p a t h y. 
Gear: Accordion. Serious eyes, golden 
smile. Maneuvers: Missions. Attached. 
"My Father's business." Distinguished 
Service: One of the "Helps." Regiment: 
Teachers — temporary. 



THOMAS BOATES 
A.B., Philosophy 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. Philosophy 
Club 3. Evangelistic Association 1. A 
Cappella Choir 2, 3. Meistersingers 1. 
Quartet 4. Orchestra 1, 4. Greenbook 1. 
Student Council 2. Freshman Class 
Chaplain. Junior Class President. 
Citation: Philosophy Concentrate. Gear: 
Guileless grin. Winsome personality. 
Scholastic conscience. Maneuvers: Auto- 
mobile sales. Steady faith. "All for Love, 
or, The World Well Lost." Distinguished 
Service: 1953 Junior-Senior banquet. 
Regiment: The Benedicts. 




SENIORS 





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ROBERT BRADLEY 
A.B., Chemistry 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Music Club 1. Speech 
Club 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3. 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 4. 
Chemistry Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Meister- 
singers 1. A Cappella Choir 2. 
Citation: System. Gear: Heredity made 
his own. R.N. proclivities. "Better three 
hours too soon than a minute too late." 
Maneuvers: Lowell young people and 
choir. 1953 Ford on the reads. Chem lab 
to preacher's study. Distinguished Serv- 
ice: Testimony to serious purpose. Reg'- 
ment: The Science-Background Ministry. 

HAROLD BRAKE 
B.S., Business Administration 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Biology Club 1. Psy- 
chology Club 3. Rover Crew 2, 3. Evan- 
gelistic Association 1, 2. Meistersingers 

1. Nautilus 3. Campus Camera 3. WENC 

2. Senior Class Treasurer. 

Citation: An Obliging Spirit. Gear: A 
Plymouth. Flash bulbs. Modesty. Maneu- 
vers: The Supreme. Snapping the chapel 
speakers. Business Ad classes in odd 
moments. Distinguished Service: Good 
deeds unheralded. Regiment: Christian 
Business Men. 



HARLEY BYE 
A.B., Literature 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4. Astronomy 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2. Psychology 
Club 3. Evangelistic Association 1, 2., 3, 
4. Prospective Missionary Society 1, 2, 

3, Council 2. Student Ministerial Asso- 
ciation 3, 4. Campus Camera 4, Busi- 
ness Manager 4. WENC 3. Ontario 
District Scholarship 3. 

Citation: Original Thinking. Gear: The 
philosopher's stone. An inquiring spirit. 
Canadian sound moral stuff. Unquench- 
able. Maneuvers: Don Quixote; Chan- 
cers' grammar. Uncharted cross refer- 
ences. Undotted i's. "Shedule." Bull ses- 
sions? Distinguished Service: Testing 
convictions. Regiment: The Fully 
Persuaded. 

MILDRED BYE 

B.S., Music 

Stratford Normal School. Kappa 2, 3, 4. 
Fine Arts Club 2, 3. Future Teachers of 
America 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4. 
Evangelistic Association 2, 3. Meister- 
singers 4. Volleyball 2. House Council 

4. Ontario Christian Service Scholarship. 
Citation: Christian Poise. Gear: Canada 
Normal plus E.N.C. Dean's List. Native 
dignity. A breath of country air. Maneu- 
vers: Music and Math. Munro Hall 
Counsellor. Recitals. Distinguished Serv- 
ice: "Those about her from her shall 
learn the perfect ways of honour." Regi- 
ment: Teachers of Music. 






QUENTIN CASWELL 
A.B., Philosophy 
Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Chaplain 
3. Philosophy Club 3, 4. Student Minis- 
trial Association 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 
1, 2, President 2. Quartets 1, 2. Orches- 
tra 1, 2, 4. Nautilus 3, Business Manager 
3. Campus Camera 2. Senior President. 
Citation: Gaily Grave. Gear: Broad 
smile; basso profunda. Clarinet. Adminis- 
trative cares. Maneuvers: "Our Adver- 
tisers." Print shop. "He that getteth a 
good wile." Greatness thrust upon him. 
Distinguished Service: Quartets. "O 
come let us adore Him, Christ the Lord!" 
Regiment: Church Business Adminis- 
trators. 

ADA CHANDLER 
B.S., Elementary Education 
Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 2. Speech 
Club 3. Psychology Club 4. Future 
Teachers of America 3, 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2. Meistersingers 4. 

C i t a t i n : Undiscourageable. Gear: 
"Much in little." "Nothing impossible to 
a willing heart"— and hands. A way with 
youngsters. Maneuvers: D.Y.B.S., Cara- 
van, hard work. Word defeat cut out ol 
her dictionary. Distinguished Service: 
Cheerful optimism. Regiment: Children's 
Workers par excellence. 




ISABEL COGHILL 
A.B., Literature 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Literature Club 1, 2, 3, 
4, Secretary-Treasurer 3. Future Teach- 
ers of America 3, 4. Evangelistic Associ- 
ation 1, 2. Prospective Missionary Soci- 
ety 1, 2. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer 4. Basketball 1. Ontario 
District Scholarship 1. 
Citation: Brave Patience. Gear: Love of 
poetry. Critical sense. Apostrophe-pho- 
bia. Hands of an artist- Maneuvers: En- 
trance exams. Switchboard. Punctual 
papers. Classroom encyclopedia. Canada- 
dictated schedule. Record for lit courses. 
Distinguished Service: "Lit" propagan- 
dist. Regiment: California Educators. 

MARIE COPELAND 
A.B., Social Science 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 2, 3. 
Future Teachers of America 2, 3. Evan- 
gelistic Association 2, 3. A Cappella 
Choir 2, 3, 4. Campus Camera 3. 
Citation: Faith plus Works. Gear: A song 
plus elbow grease. "Laborare est orare." 
Southern airs. Courageous smile. Maneu- 
vers: A Cappella singing with her might. 
Pyne-ing. "To the True Romance." 
Romans 8:28. Distinguished Service: 
Forthright walk and spirit. Regiment: 
Pastor's Aides. 




SENIORS 





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JOY DOROTHY 
A.B., Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Biology Club 1, 2. Lit- 
erature Club 3, 4. Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 1. Basketball 1, 2, 4. Volleyball 1, 
2. Greenbook 1. Nautilus 3. Campus 
Camera 3. WENC 4. Faculty Scholar- 
ship 1. 

Citation: Intellectually Alerted. Gear: 
"My mind to me an empire is." Telling 
eyes. Power of influence. Higb potential. 
Maneuvers: "Collegiate." Director-pro- 
ducer WENC and Lit Club. "How can 
these things be?" Choosing a way. Dis- 
tinguished Service: Challenging thought. 
Regiment: Social Philosophers. 



JOSEPH DUNCAN 
A.B., Psychology 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Astronomy Club 2, 3, 
President 3. Psychology club 4, Treas- 
urer 4. Evangelistic Association 4. A 
Cappella Choir 4. Meistersingers 1, 2. 
Citation: Unpretentious Worth. Gear: 
Air force background. One of those rare 
high tenors. Helpful friendliness. Piper 
Caib. Maneuvers: From the skies to com- 
mon earth. Psychology penchant. "Ful 
weel he song the service divine." Dis- 
tinguished Service: S u n d a y morning 
faithful. Regiment: Givers of Them- 
selves. 



GRACE EBY 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Trevecca Nazarene College. Kappa 2, 
3, 4. Fine Arts Club 2. Psychology 
Club 3. Future Teachers of America 2, 
3, 4. Evangelistic Association 3, 4. 
Meistersingers 2. 

Citation: Efficiency Plus. Gear: Desire to 
serve. Quiet manner, intense black eyes, 
emotional depth. Naturalized New Eng- 
land Floridian. Maneuvers: Perfect 
keeper of academic records. Accurate 
calculator of credits and q-p.'s. Accom- 
modating. Distinguished Service: Answer 
to Registrar's prayers. Regiment: Quincy 
Teachers with Vision. 



PATSY GERSHON 
B.S., Nursing 

West Suburban Hospital. Sigma 3,4. 
Evangelistic Association 3. 
Citation: Genuine. Gear: Serious fun. A 
becoming nurse's cap. A call to Israel 
and a consecration complete. "A smile is 
a curve that makes many things straight." 
Maneuvers: German and Chaucer. Read- 
ing — Thinking — Helping. Florence 
Nightingale-George Eliot blend. Dis- 
tinguished Service: Thirst for the real. 
Regiment: Ministering Spirits. 







RAYMOND GERY 
A.R., Philosophy 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 1. 
Music Club 1, 2. Bowne Philosophical 
Society 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 

2, 3. 4. Prospective Missionary Society 

3. Student Ministerial Association 3, 4, 
President 4. A Cappella Choir 2. Orches- 
tra 1, 2, 4. Basketball 1. Football 1, 2. 
Baseball 1. 

Citation: Conquest against Odds. Gear: 
Love of music (native); love of theology 
(acquired). Optimistic spirit. Maneu- 
vers: Sensational comeback. Recommen- 
dation of married life. Distinguished 
Service: The will to succeed; answered 
prayer. Regiment: Holiness Preachers. 



JOHN GLENNIE 
A.B., Psychology 
Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Astronomy Club 1. 
Psychology Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 
President 4. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. 
Business Manager 4. Meistersingers 1. 
Basketball 1. Greenbook 1. WENC 2. 
Citation: Good Humor. Gear: Flair for 
the psychopathic. Tolerant grin. Maneu- 
vers: "His wit not lost in his length." 
Friendly conversations. Courses carried 
casually. Distinguished Service: Resign- 
ing himself to E.N.C. Regiment: Unde- 
cided — "What star make mine?" 



ELEANOR GOODALE 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 1, 2, 
4. Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 
4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Citation: Equilibrium. Gear: Strong will. 
Kind heart. "Though she be but little—!" 
Maneuvers: Duty in action. Thinks for 
herself. Obligations met. Distinguished 
Service: Growth in grace and in knowl- 
edge. Regiment: The Resolutes. 



ELIZABETH GOODNOW 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Fine Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 
4, Vice-President 3, Secretary-Treasurer 
2. Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4. 
Evangelistic Association 2, 3, 4. Green- 
hook 1. Honor Society 2, 3. Faculty 
Scholarship 1. New England District 
Scholarship 2. Sophomore Class Vice- 
President. Senior Class Vice-President. 
Who's Who 4. 

Citation: Christian Altruism. Gear: 
Brains-humor blend hereditary. Spiritual 
insight. Gentle firmness. Quick twinkle 
in a serious eye. Maneuvers: Willing 
service — everywhere. Organ. Earnest 
words, rollicking fun. Distinguished 
Service: "A daily beauty in her life." 
Regiment: Easers of Ways. 




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GORDON HALL 
A.B., Biblical Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3. Evangelis- 
tic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3. 
Prospective Missionary Society 3, 4. Stu- 
dent Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4. Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Citation: Spiritual Fervor. Gear: All tal- 
ents for God. "Elva." Marriage a part- 
nership. Maneuvers: Amen Corner. Prot- 
estant. "This one thing I do." "He could, 
he would, he did the best." Distinguished 
Service: "Lift high His royal banner." 
Regiment: The Pray-ers and Workers. 



SYLVIA HANCOCK 
B.S., Nursing 

Albert Einstein Medical Centre. Toc- 
coa Falls University 1, 2. Kappa 3, 4. 
Psychology Club 3- Bowne Philosophical 
Society 4. Evangelistic Association 3, 4, 
Secretary 4. Prospective Missionary So- 
ciety 3, 4. Student Ministerial Association 
4. College Missionary Society 3, 4. 
Citation: Grit and Gumption. Gear: 
Sense of vocation. Interest in people. 
Biblical standards. Varied experience. 
Maneuvers: Schedule a jig-saw puzzle. 
Hurdles taken. All sorts of R.N. jobs. 
Distinguished Service: Aggressive Chris- 
tianity- Regiment: Preacher -Nurses, 
Nurses-Preachers. 



ROSE HANDLOSER 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1. Fine 
Arts Club 2. Psychology Club 3, 4. Fu- 
ture Teachers of America 2, 3, 4. Evan- 
gelistic Association 2, 3, 4. Meistersingers 
2, 3. Greenbook 1. Nautilus 3. Campus 
Camera 3. 

Citation: A Christian First. Gear:^ Clear 
speech, flashing smile. Good fun. "Do-it- 
now." Maneuvers: Sunday school, Bible 
reading, youth work. Unashamed testi- 
monies. Distinguished Service: "An open 
letter about Christ." Regiment: "All- 
outer" Church Workers. 



DONALD HARDING 

B.S., Business Administration 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1. Chem- 
istrv Club 2. Evangelistic Association 1, 
2, 4. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. 
Citation: Smiling persistence. Gear: 
Family interest. New England dry wit. 
Maneuvers: Wide experience in majors- 
Campus snow-shoveler. Distinguished 
Service: Keeping up the Harding name. 
Regiment: Farm Management Experts. 







SHIRLEY HASELTON 
B.S., Music, Public School 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 2, Sec- 
retary 2. Fine Arts Club 3, 4, Secretary- 
Treasurer 3, President 4. Future Teach- 
ers of America 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3. A Cap- 
pella Choir 2, 3, 4. Meistersingers 1. 
Trio 2, 3, 4. Greenbook 1. Nautilus 4. 
WENC 3, 4, Program Director 4. Junior 
Class Secretary. 

Citation: Creative Activity. Gear: A voice 
that charms, eyes that speak, a face that 
wins. Energy released. Maneuvers: The 
Trio; The Dugout; "Scripts and Scraps." 
Hotdog champion. Singing her life. Dis- 
tinguished Service: WENC and cheerful 
co-operation. Regiment: Public School 
Musicians. 

LEON HATCH 

A.B., Philosophy 
Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Rover Crew 1. Bowne 
Philosophical Society 3, 4, President 3. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Pros- 
pective Missionary Society 1. 
Citation: Directness. Gear: Convictions. 
Grace in the heart and "Grace" in the 
home. Lover of song and a singer. 
Maneuvers: Devotion to the right. Class- 
room enlivener. "Wont to speak plain 
and to the purpose." Mellowing spirit. 
Even disposition. Distinguished Service: 
Religion on fire. Regiment: Theologians. 



MARIE HUTCHINS 
B.S., Nursing 

Rochester General Hospital School of 
Nursing. Delta 3, 4. Psychology Club 3. 
Las Estrellas 4. Meistersingers 4. Green- 
hook. Campus Camera 4. 
Citation: The Good Sense of a Good 
Heart. Gear: Eagerness to learn. Thcr- 
oughness. A kind eye. Maneuvers: Dor- 
mitory strolls. Quality-grade v ork. hespi 
tal and college. Distinguished Service. 
Monro Hal' morale. Peg : me:it: Th 
Faithful Strong 

GRACE JE3COP 
A.B., Literature 

Northwestern University. Sigma 2, 3, 4. 
Literature Club 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 2, 3, 4. Prospective Missionary 
Society 3, 4. College Missionary Societv 

2, 3 4, President 4. A Cappella Choir 2, 

3, 4. Orchestra 2, 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Campus Camera 3. 
Honor Society 3, President 3. Faculty 
Scholarship. Christian Service Scholar- 
ship. Who's Who 4. 

Citation: Christian Service. Gear: Ver- 
satile. Scholastic maximum uncalculated. 
Piercing questions; all-over chuckle. 
Clear gray eyes — mischievous? Maneu- 
vers: Altar helper. Evangelistic and mis- 
sionary societies. Fiddle and A Cappella. 
England. Co-ordinating activities. Dis- 
tinguished Service: "Continual comfort 
in a face, The lineaments of Gospel 
bookes." Regiment: Invested Lives. 




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HELEN JOHNSON 
A.B., English 
Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. Litera- 
ture Club 3 4. Evangelistic Association 
4. A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Green- 
book 1. Nautilus 2, 4, Associate Editor 
4. Campus Camera 1, 2, 3, 4. WENC 4. 
House Council 2. Student Council 4. 
Freshman Class Secretary. Akron District 
Scholarship 1. Faculty Scholarship 3. 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4. Who's Who 4. 
Citation: Melody of Voice and Life. 
Gear: Capacity for lasting friendship and 
monotonous 90 plus grades. Lark-night- 
ingale-thrush voice. "There's language in 
her eve, her cheek, her lip." Maneuvers: 
"O Holy Night," "Night Wind." Jour- 
nalist, critic, general classroom life-saver. 
Quiet charm. Deepening grace. Dis- 
tinguished Service: Academic Standards. 
Regiment: The Beatrices. 

RUTH KEFFER 
B.S., Nursing 

Massillon City Hospital School of Nurs- 
ing. Sigma 3, 4. Biology Club 1. Psy- 
chology Club 3. Evangelistic Association 
1, 3. A Cappella Choir 4. Meistersingers 
3. House Council 1, 4, President 4. 
Citation: Humility. Gear: An R.N, put to 
use. Gentle speech. Faithful service. 
"There's is a garden in her face." Maneu- 
vers: Office hours. "Nursie." Quiet force. 
Steady plugging. A goal beyond. Dis- 
tinguished Service: House Council cares 
borne gracefully. Regiment: "Right 
Hands of God." 



DORIS KELLY 
B.S., Business Administration 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1, 2. Psy- 
chology Club 3. Speech Club 4. Future 
teachers of America 3, 4. 
Citation: Practical Good Sense. Gear: 
WAC sergeant experience. Sound mo- 
rale. Keen mind. Good-natured smile. 
Her own vision. Maneuvers: Business of- 
fice desks. Cooking meals. Achieving 
three minors. Regular pew. Distinguished 
Service: Keeping the bookkeeper 
straight. Regiment: Business College 
Faculty. 

GERALDINE KELLEY 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Gordon College. Delta 3, 4. Spanish Club 
3, 4. Psychology Club 4. Future Teach- 
ers of America 3, 4. Evangelistic Associ- 
ation 3, 4. Meistersingers 4. Volleyball 3. 
Baptist Scholarship 3, 4. 
Citation: Eager to Serve Gear: The grace 
of kindness. "Immortal longings." "Mirth 
that has no bitter springs." Maneuvers: 
Lightly earnest. Cheer-leading. "Joy is 
the grace we say to God." Distinguished 
Service: Unvarying smile. Regiment: 
Youth for Christ. 






ROBERT KERN 
A.B., Philosophy 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowne Philosophical 
Society 2. 

Citation: Philosophic Calm. Gear: "A fel- 
low of plain and uncoined constancy." 
"The mind's construction in the face." 
Maneuvers: Philosophy of history. "Well 
married, a man is winged." "Men of few 
words the best." Distinguished Service: 
Quiet Christian walk. Regiment: Living 
Epistles. 



PAUL KNIGHT 
A.B., History 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 1, 2. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Stu- 
dent Ministerial Association 3, 4. Orches- 
tra 1. Football 1, 2, 4. Akron District 
Scholarship 2. 

Citation: Evangelistic Zeal. Gear: Deter- 
mination. Minister's license — well used. 
Saxophone. Maneuvers: Straight line to 
the mark. Church history. "He hath a 
heart as sound as a bell" — and as true. 
Distinguished Service: "A mind well or- 
dered." Regiment: Knights of the Akron 
District. 




WALTER LYON 
A.B., Literature 

University of Rhode Island. Zeta 2, 3, 4. 
Bowne Philosophical Society 2, 3, 4. 
Literature Club 3, 4. Student Ministerial 
Association 4. 

Citation: "Casual disregard of the im- 
possible." Gear: Big heart; experience of 
life; untainted spirit. Maneuvers: No 
superfluous leisure. "Wyd was his par- 
ish." "Have faith and ye'll win through." 
Lover of books, of ideas, of people. Dis- 
tinguished Service: Oiled wheels. Regi- 
ment: Shepherds of Flocks. 

CAROLYN McEACHERN 
A.B., Literature 

Pasadena College. Zeta 2, 3, 4. Literature 
Club 3, 4. Prospective Missionary So- 
ciety 2, 3. A Cappella Choir 4. Meister- 
singers 2. Trio 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. 
Volleyball 3, 4. "N" Club 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4. Campus Camera 3. WENC 3. 
House Council 3, Vice-President 3. Stu- 
dent Council 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 
Future Teachers of America 3. Who's 
Who 4. 

Citation: Wholesome Christianity. Gear: 
Million-dollar smile. Rich gifts. "Go East, 
young woman!" Globe-trotter. Maneu- 
vers: Sadie Hawkins. Debate veteran. 
All out for revival. "It's guid to be mer- 
ry and wise, It's guid to be honest and 
true." Distinguished Service: Every- 
body's friend. Regiment: Full-time serv- 
ice: God's the choice. 




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ROBERT MERKI 
A.B., Chemistry 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 
4, Treasurer 2. Prae-Medica Association 
1. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3. Prospec- 
tive Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4. College 
Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, President 
3. Sophomore and Senior Class Chaplain. 
Faculty and Washington-Philadelphia 
District Scholarships 1. Kauffman Chris- 
tian Service Scholarship 3. WJw's Who 4. 
Citation: Christian Scholar. Gear: 
"Trouthe is the hyeste thin that men may 
kepe." A mind to learn; a vision obeyed. 
Maneuvers: Student council; scholarship 
steady; prayer meeting regular. Ideals 
strengthened. The impossible As in 
chemistry. Open door to med school. 
Then the world. Distinguished Service: 
A Christian character. Regiment: Serv- 
ants of the Great Commission. 

MARJORIE MILLER 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Music Club 2. Psycholo- 
gy Club 3, 4. Future Teachers of Ameri- 
ca 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, Treasurer 4. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Meistersingers 2, 3, 4. House Council 2, 
3. 

Citation: Quiet Thoughtfulness. Gear: 
Unparaded abilities. Unself-centered 
thoughts. Maneuvers: Even tenor of her 
way. Good sport. Baseball slugger on 
occasion. Distinguished Service: Charm 
of the everyday. Regiment: Teachers by 
Example. 



RALPH MONTEMURO 

A. B., Biblical Literature 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 
1, 2, 3 4. Student Ministerial Association 
4. Basketball 1, 2. Football 1, 2. Baseball 
1, 2. 

Citation: Bravery beyond the Line of 
Duty. Gear: Dame Alice. Evangelistic 
urge. Smiling eyes. "Great, nor knew 
how great he was." Maneuvers: Quincy 
Point chapel. "We specialize in the 
wholly impossible." Distinguished Serv- 
ice: "Not Somehow, But Triumphantly." 
Regiment: The Pioneers. 

VERNON MORSE 
A.B., Theology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Las Estrellas 3, Vice- 
President 3. Psychology Club 4. Future 
Teachers of America 2. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 1, 2, 3, 4. College Missionary 
Society 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Ministerial 
Association 3, 4. 

Citation: A Blameless Life. Gear: Good 
voice. Good Heart. His thoughts his own. 
Maneuvers: Still waters — deep? Faithful 
preparation for work ahead. Distin- 
guished Service: "Study to be quiet." 
Regiment: Steady Workers. 







ALDEN NEAL 
A.B., Psychology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Cluh 1. Biology 
Club 2. Psychology Club 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2. 

Citation: Ambition. Gear: "A spirit that 
on this life's tough sea Loves t'have his 
sails filled with a lusty wind!" Confident 
step. Maneuvers: All psych courses of- 
fered- Naval Reserves. "Liberty was all 
his cry." Distinguished Service: Cheer. 
Regiment: The Christian Psychiatrists? 



FRANK OXENFORD 
A.B., Philosophy 

Messiah College, Grantham, Pa. Sigma 4. 
Science Club 1. Rover Crew 2. Bowne 
Philosophical Society 3, 4. Student Min- 
isterial Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Citation: Reckless Consecration. Gear: 
Two Great Commandments, and a warm 
heart. Prevailing prayers, and a good 
wife. Maneuvers: Brockton church fi- 
nance. Good grades — no q.p. lost. "Ac- 
cording to your faith!" "He would not be 
saved alone." Distinguished Service: Ex- 
hibit A Student-Pastor or Pastor-Student. 
Regiment: Home Missionaries. 



ELSNER PEARSALL 
A.B., Mathematics 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 2. Evan- 
gelistic Association 2. A Cappella Choir 
1, 2, 3. Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Coun- 
cil 4. Men's Chorus 3. 
Citation: Sturdy and Steady. Gear: 
"Red." Math insight. G.I. discipline. 
Maneuvers: Quartets. "But as you know 
me all, a plain, blunt man." Real faith- 
Distinguished Service: Holding high two 
good names. Regiment: Christian Lay- 
men. 



NANCYLEE REED 
B.S., Nursing 

New England Deaconess Hospital. Delta 
1, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 4. 
Greenbook 1. 

Citation: Deceptively Demure. Gear: 
Wit, fun, and devotion. Psychology, and 
her own good ideas. Maneuvers: Dea- 
coness regimen. "Gin ye get a laddie 
that's loving and fain, Ye'll wish ye may 
never live single again." Distinguished 
Service: E.N.C. good reputation at Dea- 
coness. Regiment: Anchored. 





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RICHARD REED 
A.R., Literature 

Houghton College. Tufts College. Sigma 
2, 3, 4. Houghton A Cappella Choir 1. 
Freshman Social Chairman. 
Citation: Gentleman Unafraid. Gear: 
Unplumbed intellectual resources. Dou- 
ble genius: lit and music. Courtesy. 
Maneuvers: "Novvher so bisy a man as he 
ther was." Multiple church organist; 
commuter; E.N.C. on the side — faith- 
fully. Grades without study or notes. 
Distinguished Service: Appreciation of 
true values — for example, E.N.C. Regi- 
ment: Consecrated Talents. 



GERALD RIGGLEMAN 
A.B., Literature 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Prae-Mediea Association 
1. Basketball 1, 2, 4. Sophomore Class 
Treasurer. 

Citation: A purpose Found. Gear: The 
gift of wit. Interest in life and its rea- 
sons. Collegiate dress. Maneuvers: Repu- 
tation as conversationalist — out of class. 
Blue-ribbon manuscripts! "The unex- 
amined life is not worth living." "Christ 
is the answer." A life to give. Distin- 
guished Service: Sincerity. Regiment: 
"And gladly teach"; Sowers of "Unseen 
Harvests." 



THOMAS SKIDMORE 
A.B., History 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Club 1. 
Speech Club 4, President 4. Orchestra 1. 
Greenbook 1. Nautilus 4, Business Mana- 
ger 4. Debate team 3. Junior Class Treas- 
urer. Akron District Scholarship 4. 
Citation: Public Spirit. Gear: "The glad- 
some light of jurisprudence." Up-to-the- 
minute haircuts. Judge-like solemnity of 
countenance. Maneuvers: U. S. politics, 
U. N. Council, History Tutorials. Panels 
— formal and informal. "Not only witty 
in myself, but the cause that wit is in 
other men." Distinguished Service: 
Broadening of campus interests. Regi- 
ment: The Honest Lawvers. 



NOLA SKILLINGS 
B.S., Music 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 1, 2. 
Fine Arts Club 4. Evangelistic Associa- 
tion. 

Citation: A Mind Content. Gear: An 
honest face and honest ways. Musical. 
Be natural. Maneuvers: Canterbury prac- 
tice rooms. Duty done without show. 
Distinguislied Service: Practical Arts. 
Regiment: Missionaries of Music. 







CARROLL SMITH 
A.B., Literature 

Houghton College. Sigma 2, 3, 4. Psy- 
chology Cluh 2, 3. Rover Crew 2. Future 
Teachers of America 2, 3, Treasurer 3. 
Citation: Independence. Gear: Johnsoni- 
an common sense; careful scholarship. A 
leaning toward Sancho? "I would the 
gods had made thee poetical!" Maneu- 
vers: Classroom bubble-pricker. Punctual 
papers, private interpretation. Concen- 
tration on the work in hand. Distin- 
guished Service: "Dry light is best." 
Regiment: Practical Educators. 



RUTH PHILLIPS SMITH 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Delta 1. 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 1, 2. 
Evangelistic Association 1. 2, 3. 
Citation: Smiling Equanimity. Gear: 
Parsonage background. Double career. 
Blue-eyed blonde. Maneuvers: Name- 
changing. Husband - building. Distin- 
guished Service: Everyday cheerfulness. 
Regiment: The Better Halves. 



THOMAS STARNES 
A.B., Philosophy 

Sigma 1, 2. 3, 4. President 4. Speech 
Club 2. Philosophy Club 4. A Cappella 
Choir 2, 3. Meistersingers 1. Quartet 1, 
2. 3. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 3. 
Baseball 1. 3. "N" Club 3, 4. Greenhook 
1. Nautilus 4. Campus Camera 3, 4. 
Freshman Class Treasurer. 
Citation: Live wire. Gear: Brains — not 
yet challenged to maximum. "What 
stature is she of? — Just as high as my 
heart." Maneuvers: Behind The Bleach- 
ers' Views. "A duel's amang ye takin' 
notes, And faith, he'll print them." Spice 
of wit. Second tenor. Honest eyes. Dis- 
tinguished Service: Pudding stick. Mild 
rebel for good. Regiment: Lovers and 
Leaders. 

JOAN STRATTON 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Sigma 1. 2, 3, 4. Speech Club 1, 2, 4, 
Vice-President 2. Literature Club 3. Fu- 
ture Teachers of America 3, 4. Evange- 
listic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2- 
Basketball 1. Volleyball 1. Greenhook 1. 
Nautilus 1. Campus Camera 1. WENC 2. 
Student Council 4. Sophomore Class Sec- 
retary. Junior Class Vice-President. 
Senior Class Student Council Represen- 
tative. New England District Scholar- 
ship 4. 

Citation: Gentillesse. Gear: Artistic tal- 
ent. "Home town friend." Deep spirit- 
ual sensitivity. Brown-eyed s m i 1 e. 
Maneuvers: Decorations, place cards, 
greeting cards. Fidelis Class faithful. 
Thoughful. Remembering. "P r a y i n g 
Hands." Distinguislied Service: "Beauty 
of holiness." Regiment: Beautifiers of 
Life. 




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MARY STUDLEY 
A.B. in Theology 
Biblical Literature 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Speech Club 2. Bowne 
Philosophical Society 4. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 1, 2, 3, 4. Prospective Mission- 
ary Society 1, 2, 3, 4. Nautilus 1, 2, 3. 
New England District Scholarship 3.' 
Citation: Industry. Gear: Mimeograph. 
A call and a conscience. Maine back- 
ground. Maneuvers: Harassed typist. Fa- 
mous roommate. Prayer meeting front 
seater. All-theology curriculum. Distin- 
guished Service: General helper-outer of 
thesis writers and profs. Regiment: 
Woman Preachers. 



WILLIAM SUMMERS 
A.B., History 

Cod's Bible School, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Citation: "A man's a man for a' that. " 
Gear: Smiling. History-minded. A goal. 
Maneuvers: Transcript transfer expert. 
"Never alone, who are accompanied by 
noble thoughts." Distinguished, Service: 
Speedy conquest of curriculum. Regi- 
ment: Workers for God. 



THELMA ROBERTS SUNBERG 
A.B., Music 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Music Club 1. Spanish 
Club 2. Future Teachers of America 3. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2. A Cappella 
Choir 2, 3. Meistersingers 1. Trio 2 4. 
Basketball 3. Volleyball 3. Greenbook 1. 
House Council 3. Faculty Scholarship 1 . 
Citation: Gentle Persistence. Gear: "Her 
sunny locks hang on her temples like a 
golden fleece.'' "Music hath charms."' 
Maneuvers: Trio turned Duo. "A dear 
and true industrious friend." Distin- 
guished Service: Bringing out the best in 
others. Regiment: Student Frau — Par- 
sonage Queen. 

WAVELINE TROUT 
A.B., English 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3. Speech Club 2. Literature Club 
3, 4. Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3. 
Spanish Club 1. Greenbook 1. Nautilus 
3, 4. Campus Camera 2, 3, 4. Faculty 
Scholarship 1. Akron District Scholarship 
2. Hanson Scholarship 3. Who's Who 4. 
Citation: Versatile — Competent. Gear: 
Ten Talents — from speeches to cookies. 
"Do you not know I am a woman? What 
I think I must speak." Maneuvers: Jour- 
nalism — Debate — Antigone — Fide'is 
Class. Inspiration and co-operation. Higli 
quality-point totals. "But the poor old 
world would come to an end if we 
couldn't do ten things at once, my 
friend." Distinguished Service: Loads 
carried with a smile. Regiment: Chris- 
tian Dynamos. 






NORMA WAGNER 

R.S., Elementary Education 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Speech Club 2. Future 
Teachers of America 3, 4. Evangelistic 
Association 3, 4. Meistersingers 4. 
Citation: Quiet Consecration. Gear: "My 
sister." Golden halo. Maine quality. Gift 
of a laugh- Maneuvers: Overcoming dis- 
appointments. Unsung heroism. Distin- 
guished Service: "Ilka blade o' grass 
Keeps its ain chap o' dew." Regiment: 
The Trust-and-Obeveis. 



ROBERT WANNER 
A.B., Literature 
Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Ministerial As- 
sociation 1. A Cappella Choir 3. Trumpet 
Trio 3. Orchestra 3. Freshman Class 
President. Sophomore Class Chaplain. 
Citation: Faithful and True. Gear: Trum- 
pet — third of a trio. Lois and Junior. 
"Truth is truth to the end of reckoning." 
Maneuvers: "The Importance of Being 
Earnest." Reading with a purpose. "Host- 
ages to fortune." Distinguished Service: 
An answerving walk with God. Regi- 
ment: Preachers with Power. 




JOSEPH WILLIAMSON 
A.B., History 
Sigma 1. 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 
l/2. 3. 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 
1. 4. "N" Club 3, 4, President 4. Green- 
book 1. Editor 1. Campus Camera 2. As- 
sociate Editor 2. Student Council 3, 
President 3. Debate team 4. Freshman 
Class Vice-President. Sophomore Class 
President. Junior Class Chaplain. Faculty 
Scholarship 1. 

Citation: Personal Magnetism — Conse- 
crated. Gear: Smile that smooths ruffled 
waters. Alertness to see the joke and pass 
it on. Generous friendliness; boyish spon- 
taneity. "Upon his shuldres winges had 
he two." Maneuvers: Wins friends and 
influences people. "His greatness is a- 
ripening." Convincing speaker. New 
Hampshire person. Distinguished Serv- 
ice: A presidential career. Regiment: 
Servants of God. 

JAMES YOUNG 

B.S., Music, Public School 
Sigma 1, 2. 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 3, 4. 
Meistersingers 1. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. "X" Club 3, 4. Stu- 
dent Council Representative 1. 
Citation: Staunch. Gear: A song, a stat- 
ure, a spirit. "A man to match his moun- 
tains" — and "every inch a Christian." 
Maneuvers: Sigma "Big Jim." That lady 
from the South. Messiah bass. Distin- 
guished Service: A Christian influence. 
Regiment: Those "Singers" who "shall 
have help of God not last." 




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SENIOR TRIP 

FUN-O 
(Tune: "Bimbo") 

Bus-o, Bus-o, when you gonna come-co? 
Henry, Henry, you're a little slow-eo. 
Seniors, Seniors, he comes and off we go 
Up to "The Elms," on the Senior trip-eo. 

Hutch and. Rose crashed through the fence, 
Tom, Quent and Prof, upset. 
Toboggans flew right through the air 
And Shirley and Norm got wet. 
Doreen and Joe and Bob and Joan 
Went gliding over the ice. 
Riggleman's fleas did not behave. 
While Wave scramed out "The mice!" 

Heav-o! Heavo! Johnson and Kelley-O 
Nurse-o, Ruthie! Quick! bring the medico. 
Ada, Carolyn, Shutterbugs-eo. 
Harley, Don, John set a little pool-eo. 

Marie and Marge wobbled on skates 
Grace, Mildred, and Beth zipped by. 
Dorise, and Red shot many a view 
When down the shute they'd fly. 
Coghill and Morse took quite a jar, 
Eby and Prof.'s wife too. 
Duncan and Nola were sliding on sleds. 
While Evelyn-Whafd she do- (Ouch!) 

Bump-o, bump-o, down the fast toboggan-o 
Flippo, floppo, on the skating pond-eo. 
Pool-o, hike-o, televideo. 
Now we're home to get a little sleep-eo. 







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SENIOR RE 



JIM YOUNG 



HELEN JOHNSON 



OUR SENIOR RECITALISTS did a 
wonderful job of representing us in 
the arts this year. Jim Young's big 
bass voice thrilled us as he gave an 
excellent presensation of "The Trum- 
pet Shall Sound" from the Messiah, 
accompanied by Professor Willwerth's 
trumpet. 

Waveline Trout, assisted by 
Shirley Haselton at the piano and or- 
gan, and a chanting chorus of ten 
members led by John Rigden, gave a 
stirring presentation of the drama 
Antigone. We will surely never forget 
Antigone's courageous defiance of 
Creon, the cruel king! 



MILDRED BYE 




CITALISTS 



NOLA SKILLINGS 



JOAN STRATTON 
ELIZABETH GOODNOW 



Nola Skillings' piano and organ 
recital followed a nature theme, in- 
cluding Rimsky-Korsakov's The Flight 
of the Bumblebee, and other top- 
notch selections. Helen Johnson ably 
assisted her with readings related to 
the musical selections. 

Beth Goodnow and Joan Strat- 
ton both gave marvelous perform- 
ances in their combined recital. Beth's 
wonderful piano and organ selections 
from Bach through Chopin into the 
modern period were equaled by the 
finesse Joan gave to her readings. 

Long - remembered will be 
Thelma Roberts Sunberg's piano re- 
cital for her interpretation of De- 
bussy's "Clair de Lune" and Mac- 
Dowell's "Witches Dance." 

Mildred Bye's piano and organ 
recital enhanced our appreciation of 
great music in her rendition of Beeth- 
oven's Sonata in E Major and Chopin's 
"Troisieme Ballade." 




WAVELINE TROUT 



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WHO'S 




Six seniors from the class of 1954 
have been elected as representatives of 
Eastern Nazarene College in Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges and 
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confident that they will prove to be of 
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Front Row (Seated): G. Spaite. See.; Prof. Naylor, Advisor; A. John, V. Pres. 
Seeond Row (Standing); S. Smith, Treas.; J. Wagner, S. C. Rep.; R. Walters, 
Pres.; P. Zeigler, Chap. 



Upperclassmen at last! 

Sitting closer to the front in chapel, 
acting hosts and hostesses in the dining hall, 
and executing campus offices all signified that 
we had arrived. 

We were plunged very early into a 
busy year of planning and preparation for the 
Thanksgiving chapel program. 

We were almost reminded of Freshman 
initiation when we got up so early in the morn- 
ing to see the Seniors off to their winter won- 
derland. But we were wonderfully repaid at 
our reception at their return. 

The climax of our year, however, was 
Junior-Senior Day, when our dreams were 
finally realized and our hard work repaid. The 
outing and the banquet are now only memo- 
ries stored in the treasury of our minds. 

With a throb of sentiment we watched 
the Seniors file past with their diplomas, and 
we were reminded that all too soon we would 
be following in their footsteps. 



HAPEL 




UNIOR OENIDR DANQUET 



Senior 

Reception 



Junior \/eep 
At Work 








Betty Adams 

Study first, fun later. "I'll 

help." Reading letters, going 

to Sunday School. A taste for 

clothes. 



Yoji Akashi 

Yoji has a vision and a hope. 
History with the aid of Eng- 
lish professors. "He called 
me from a distant land that 
I might learn." 



Donna Anderegg 

Red hair and laughing eyes. 
Chemistry lab. Missionary 
society, Sunday School class. 
The quiet smile, the helping 
hand, the real testimony. Her 
watchword — loyalty. 



Dorothy Austin 
Conversationalist, student, 
seeker for Truth. Industry 
that wins o'er work and 
studies. Gay laughter. 



Mervin Bedor 

Because he is persistent, he 
shall conquer. Theology and 
matrimony. Friendly, opti- 
mistic, undaunted. 



Jay Bergers 

A firm believer, a good stu- 
dent. Jay plans to preach. 
Interested in Nurses' Train- 
ing and theological pursuits. 



Samuel Blachly 
"Betty and I." A smile that 
means both wit and joy. 
"Where He calls, I go." 



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Knightly in kindness, and 
cheerful, too. "Because Christ 
leads." Organ rendering and 
teaching. 



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Beverly Burl 

Effervescence of Alka-Seltz- 
er. "Oh, my!" To serve Christ 
acceptably. 



Sarah Chase 

Burning aspiration to help 
others. "Social work, I hope." 
Quiet, reliable, discreet. 



Thomas Christensen 

"I will win you with cheer." 
Letters from afar, superb 
mimicry, music in the heart. 
Christ permeates all. 



Barbara Church 

A winsome personality that 
bubbles with laughter. This 
slim miss is perfection in 
scholarship and service. 




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Charlotte Claytor 

Soft-spoken hut f i r m 1 y 
grounded ideals. "For the 
love of lit." A willing helper, 
a hard worker, a real Chris- 
tian. 



Quentin Clingerman 

Lit. classes and definite 
ideas. "My brother." Ideal- 
istic search for the Way. 



Iris Cove 

Unexpected humor and imp- 
ish stunts. A song for Christ. 
She adds poise and Faith to 
her profession. 



David Daniels 

Philosophical pursuits a n d 
friendly chats. "My girl, 
Canada, and Supreme." A 
pathfinder. 



Donna Driggs 

Her doll-like appearance 
charms everyone she meets. 
A keen scholar. Fresh ideas, 
party plans, committee meet- 
ings. 



Margaret Ferguson 
Unswerving in her goal- 
seeking. Her silence hides a 
golden kindness. "For me to 
live is Christ." 



Milan Freeman 

Outstanding scholarship. 
Family life. Industrious and 
persevering. Christ shines 
forth in all. 



Ruth Gardiner 

Shining dark tresses that go 
with a bright personality. 
Her profession is graced with 
her ideals. 




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Kenneth Gibbs 

Philosophically thoughtful. 
"I will answer, Lord." Hidden 
springs of kindness and joy. 



Willard Grace 

The sharp dresser with the 
twinkling eyes and ringing 
laughter. Interested in 
WENC programs and U. S. 
History. Witty, loyal Zeta. 



Allen Halberg 

"Al" likes to argue and dis- 
cuss. "My church." YMCA 
worker and preacher-to-be. 



Lila Harris 

Bubbling giggles before and 
after eleven. Soft-spoken 
manner but consistent living. 
Lila's a librarian with literary 
interests. 



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Frank Harvey 

Definite views, fresh ideas, 
original wit. "Comfort Ye My 
People." Hospitality from 
Carol, too. 



Catherine Hayford 
The chemist has a hidden 
humor. Meaningful silence. 
Purposeful. "Can I drive?" 



Alfred Hesemeyer 

Student, preacher, N.Y.P.S. 
president, too. "Let us moral- 
ize." Question and answer 
scholar. 



Richard Heinlein 

Economics and basketball 
mix for Dick. Can he mimic? 
Unruffled and plodding. 



Glenn Hornberger 
Jovial. Pvt. Hornberger. Al- 
ways a gentleman. "My Pat." 
Life is good. A Cod-directed 
life. 



Edgar Howard 
A preacher husband for his 
teacher wife. Quiet but not 
glum. "Because He called." 



Gerald Huff 

A joy "in spite of." Though 
he works, he studies, too. To 
preach His Word. 



Raymond Ibecheole 
Industry unchanging. Ray is 
an earnest "miner" of truth. 
Appreciative manner. 



Merilyn Insco 

Always second floor; un- 
assuming kindness. For fun 
and for work. "My little sis- 
ter." Incessant laughter. 



Rachel Ireland 

Quiet, helpful ways. Ideals 
that become real. "I seek His 
way." Vivacious. 



Elizabeth Jackson 
Perennial joy and periodic 
pranks. Insight and under- 
standing are a part of Liz. 
"He gives me courage." 



Gilbert Jackson 

Philosophy and preaching, 
too. "Gil" hides his humor 
beneath a grin. Supreme 
market boss; church usher. 




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Aldine John 



The eyes that laugh and the 
haii that sparkles. "Dean" is 
Dr. Shrader's right hand 
lady. Gracious Christ-like- 
ness. 



Richard Krutenat 

Technician par excellence. 
Fidelity is his duty. Cheer 
gleams from his eyes. 



Donald Kereluik 

"Canada, my Canada!" A 
gentleman and a Christian. 
Litters From Ohio and love 
lor U. S. history. 



Joseph Larrabee 
In service, his best. In work- 
manship, perfection. "Dora." 
Faithful to his duty. 



Anthony Kosty 

Exuberance that's real. 
"Praise the Lord." An un- 
daunted vision. A healing 
laughter. 



Jeanne Kirtz 

The petite auburn Miss from 
down South. "God's ways 
are best." Lover of lit., hid- 
den springs of joy. 



Jane Little 

Ready to help, but not to 
talk. Jane is an ardent reader 
of English novels. The Wil- 
low House dweller. 



Ruth Ann Loomis 

This parcel is small, but im- 
portant. Midnight oil in the 
Camera room. Christ beauti- 
fies all areas of life. 





Frank Lovejoy 
A voice that surprises and a 
life that reveals. Persistence 
wins in the end. Wit and 
work well done. 



Donald MacNeil 

Can we combine philosophy 

and lit.? Through college, 



insight for life. "How kappy 
to be HisI'W 



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Beverly MacNeill 

Silent but sedate. She wins 
those around her. "Love suf- 
fereth long and is kind." 



Charles McCallum 

Proud papa. Combines stud- 
ies and work. "To do His 
will." Sincere, friendly, and 
steadfast. To know Him bet- 
ter. 




David McSavaney 

Dave sincerely searches for 
the best and highest. Toler- 
ant of others, consistent in 
himself. 



Doris Mack 

To teach and to live for Him. 
She dwells in the Willow 
House. Enthusiasm for all 
she does. 



Shirley Martin 

The beauty of a Greek god- 
dess. "I am now consecrat- 
ed." Insight into the real 
values of life. 



Minnie Mayes 

How little, and how sweet! 
Patience in the Dug-out, per- 
severance in the library. The 
lite of fidelity. 



Vaunda Moore 

'Tis the idea and not the size 
that counts! Through study, 
truths that will brighten life. 



John Mori 

The gentleman from the 
Orient. To sing His glory 
here and there. "I seek the 
Truth." 



Harold Mosgrove 

That tall Ohian who works 
at Supreme. "Christ is in- 
dwelling." Fun tempered 
with study. 

Bernard Mullen 

"Bernie." Happy-go-lucky 
with serious goals ahead. 
Everyone's friend. Student, 
willing worker, and practical 
Christian. "My God in every- 
day life." 



Marjorie Merritts 

A silence that's worth investi- 
gating. A surprising giggle, a 
quiet smile. "It's worth do- 
ing well." 



Bussell Metcalfe 
The Delta's have a leader. 
Studying grace. Thought- 
provoking questions a n d 
analyses. "My girl, Helen." 



Barbara Milstead 

Switchboard replaces the li- 
brary. Independent ideas and 
intriguing schemes. "To Him 
I give my talents.' 



Bichard Moberg 

The soft-spoken fellow with 
the well-defined ideas. The 
crew cut symoblizes a life of 
good times. 




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Ethel Mullen 

The lady of the wit and 
charm. Our friendly editor. 
"Christ gives both strength 
and joy." 



Charles O'Donnell 

An attractive wife has he. 
"What would Jesus do?" 
Sincerity in study and friend- 
liness in manner. 



Carol Oulton 

Ten talents and more. Fresh 
ideas and subtle editorials. 
A little reserve once broken 
reveals a true Christian 
friend. 



Carmela Palella 

A student par excellence. She 
writes, too. M.I.T. has a 
charm. Life reflects a per- 
fect center. 



David Penney 

Morning crusades from Wal- 
tham. "Ready for a laugh?" 
Chemistry fan and visitor in 
the library. 



Jeanne St. Pierre 

What a happy combination 
of the light and the serious! 
Curious giggle and serene 
voice. Efficiency in study and 
in service. 



Arquimedes Sanchez 

The quick smile and ready 
wit. 'On music I shall feast." 
Incessant joy because of 
Christ. 



Susan Sasao 

That small parcel of Oriental 
beauty. Her determination 
sparkles. A real testimony. 





William Sloan 

Southern sparkle. "Let's play 
basketball." Versatile inter- 
ests reveal an amiable per- 
sonality. 



Cynthia Smith 

Firm ideas and real enthus- 
iasm. That Massachusetts 
accent you hear on second 
floor. Much potential. 



Sterling Smith 

Unruffled efficiency in all he 
does. His heart trends toward 
Ohians. Scholarship, busi- 
ness, and service. 



Georgianna Spaite 

An eye-catching appearance 
and a cheer-spreading man- 
ner. "I can help." Benders, 
literature, and fun. 



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June Thomas 

Consideration plus. "Christ 
must live in me." Scholarship 
and good humor in spite of 
work. 



Robert Walters 

A philosopher that enjoys 
Maryl a n d ' s atmosphere. 
Leadership and scholarship. 
"Because He calls, I follow." 



Ray Thorpe 

A surprising laughter, and 
encouraging manner. "My 
wife" and "My call." An 
earnest student and a faith- 
ful servant. 



Shirley Thorpe 

This petite Mrs. loves litera- 
ture and housework. "To he 
void of all egoism and filled 
with Christ." Consistent joy; 
faithful scholarship. 



Aneel Tikasingh 

Searching student. Ideals that 
are firm hut never dogmatic. 
"My purpose to learn that I 
might serve." 



Gordon Wetmore 

Married man. Christian serv- 
ice his aim. Quartets and 
solos. Quiet, genuine. A vi- 
sion from Christ. 



Herbert White 

"I would learn." Quiet hut 
thoughtful. To preach and to 
teach of Him. 



Walter Woodbridge 

The New Yorker with the 
blonde admirer. To minister 
unto his sheep. Philosophy 
to he conquered. 



William Yeager 

Continual goodwill. Indi- 
vidual ideas. "Fidelity to 
Cod, the church, and E.N.C 
Our S. C. president. 


Paul Zeigler 

A chaplain of his ranks 
"All for Jesus." A philoso- 
pher and a student. 


Roger Young 

A versatile historian with 

hidden humor. Faith of our 




fathers. Kappa prexy with a 
broad grin. 










JUNIORS 




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Front Row: B. Aslilinc, V. Pres.; Prof. Gery, Advisor; L. Flick, Sec. 
Second How: B. Mullen. Pres.; R. Lehto, Treas.; D. Grosse, Chap. 



What an initiation day! Some of the 
old timers considered it a slight return to the 
"good ole days." The frosh were rather con- 
vinced that we were upper classmen at the end 
of a kinda' wet day. 

"The rock hound coast" was a beautiful 
spot for our annual fall outing. The dark wind- 
swept rocks of Nantasket was an ideal setting 
for our food, fun and fellowship. 

Memories are great things — Shan't 
philosophize, but the Monday evening prayer 
services were times of enlightenment and 
sweet release from the helter-skelter of college 
life. 

Known as "wise fools" for one year 
hasn't been so wonderful, hut we are content 
in the knowledge that we will soon be Juniors. 




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Bonnie Adams 
Bryant Anderson 
Beverly Ashline 
George Aubrey 
Louise Banker 

Beverly Blaisdell 
David Blaney 
Rebecca Bown 
Doris Bradley 
Donald Bryce 

Robert Briggs 
Mabel Brown 
Ellen Burgess 
Paul Burkhart 

Dwight Campbell 



SOPHO 



Aliee Jeanne Clark 

Phyllis Collins 

Ivan Cousins 

Robert Crew 

Phyllis Davis 

Osear Eller 

Wilbur Ellison 

Betty Fleming 



Lois Flick 



Patricia Gibson 

David Grosse 

William Hardin 





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John Hathaway 

Barbara Hemmings 

Esther Henck 

Samuel Henck 



Henry Henderson 

DeLysle Henry 

John Hodgkiss 

Doris Jackson 



Kenneth Keim 

Jerrold Ketner 

Charles Kohr 

Richard Lehto 



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Ann Littlefield 
Kent MacMahon 
David MacPherson 
James McCloy 
Edward Mann 

Orman Marsh 
Jean Merriman 

Jeanette Morehead 
Ronald Mosgrove 
Dallas Mucci 

Gladys Pankow 
Pershing Parker 
Ruth Plunkert 
Marjorie Previere 
Alice Pruden 






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Roy Quanstrom 
John Rigdon 

Dorothy Roberts 
Abram Rose 
Jane Schlosser 

Theresa Schweickert 
Malcolm Shene 
Betty Shields 
Eleanor Slater 
Evangeline Smith 

Faith Smith 
Glen Stover 

Juanita Strotman 
Harold Simmer 
Shirley Truitt 



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John Wagner 

Albeit Wakefield 

Charles Wakefield 

Galen Waugh 



Gail Weischedel 

Fred Wenger 

Charles Williams 

Tyler Wooster 



Priscilla Woodward 
Jean Yencso 

Gordon Young 



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Front Row: D. Webb, Sec; J. Webb, Pres.; M. Williamson, V. 
Pres. Second Row: R. Withrow, S. C. Rep.; R. Kyer, Treas.; N. 
Crouse, Chap. 



With timidity and perplexity, but not 
without anticipation we started our new adven- 
ture a year ago. 

Freshman tests really proved to us how 
much we didn't know, and registration lines 
gave us a chance to get acquainted. 

But it wasn't until after the drenched 
clothes and wastepaper cans which we used for 
carrying our books were put away along with 
the medicines used to swab throats which were 
sore from numerous recitations of ALMA 
MATER, that we really felt like freshmen. 

We soon made the first hurdles as we 
took our first Western Civ. exam and passed 
in our first Rhetoric theme. 

Chapel, Frosh-Soph outings, the Green- 
book, and class prayermeetings filled a busy 
year. As we look back, we are reminded that 
our "memories are the diary that we all carry 
about with us." 







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J. Allen 






J. Allison 

J. Amick 



D. Anderson 

L. Armstrong 

R. Bambling 






R. Basham 



E. Bass 



N. Beaver 



T. Benner 



F. Berry 



D. Biggs 



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V. Bock 


D. Booth 


D. Brown 


F. Burke 


K. Butts 


D. Casler 


P. Bonner 


V. Bower 


M. Bnell 


J. Burley 


C. Caldwell 


W. Chambers 


S. Bonnette 


R. Bray 


E. Burke 


J. Burton 


J. Carlson 


D. Clingerman 






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II. Cogswell 
D. Culler 
D. Cook 



S. Correa 

M. Corrie 
J. Costley 



J. Couchenour 

J. Cramer 

F. Crandall 



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Edwards 
L. Ezold 
E. Fields 




P. German 



B. Gerv 



J. Ciles 



E. Good 

H. Goodwin 



D. Green 

G. Gressett 

N. Grinrod 



G. Haas 

S. Hamlin 

M. Harris 




K. Heaton 



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Hysong 


E. Johnson 


D. Jones 


II. Kidcl 


R. Kyer 


R. Larsen 


1. 


Insco 


D. Jolinson 


L. J. Jones 


M. Kohr 


R. Landers 


\V. Laudermilk 


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Jaxvis 


A. Jones 


W. Kelvington 


W. Krutenat 


G. Lantz 


M. Laurie 




M. Lewis 

N. Lockwood 
A. Lovely 



D. McGrew 

E. A. McKenzie 
G. Mantlia 



M. Manzer 

D. Mattmueller 

C. May 



R. Maye 

R. Metcalfe 

R. Miekel 



R. Miller 
M. Moore 
J. Moran 



P. Mosgrove 

R. Mosgrove 

W. Mullen 



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11. Norman 






F. Oddo 

II. Parker 

R. Parry 



G. Parsons 

E. Patmore 

R. Pauli 



J. Pendleton 

B. Phillips 

F. Phillips 






R. Powers 

G. Propst 

M. Pvne 



W. Pyrin 

E. Rickert 

A. Rigby 



S. Rose 



R. Rnssel 



D. Sehnepf 



W. Sever 

J. Sheets 

J. Shinault 



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G. Shook 


B. Smith 


R. Smith 


J. Steninger 


A. Straw 


R. Taylor 


J. Sipes 


D. W. Smith 


W. Speakman 


J. Stetson 


R. Sullivan 


M. Tharp 


C. Skillings 


K. Smith 


I. Stanford 


Fred Stiles 


H. Tattric 


W. Tibbetts 




L. Towle C. Wagner B. Ward J. Webb W. Whitehead N. Wilson 

F. Tysinger J. Wampler S. Watkins W. West M. Williamson R. Withrow 

M. Vanderhoff D. Wanner D. Webb L. Whipple E. M. Wilson C. Witte 



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C. Wood 

B. Wyoff 



B. Younce 



W. Young 

G. Zeigler 




GREEN BOOK 







Seated: Prof. Spangenberg, Advisor. R. Bray, J. Steninger, M. Williams, D. \\"ebh. M. Manzer, 
Editor. Standing: C. Garlow, D. Biggs, Business Manager, J. Stetson, P. German, R. Metcalfe, 
S. Hamlin. 



SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS 




Seated: Muriel Saney. Susan Seott, Joan Helim, Helen Fuhr. June Sutton. Dorothy Mosbaugher, 
Joy Stotler, Standing: Coleman Rogers, Daniel Dube, Herman Stillman, Walter Tubbs, Joshua 
Romao, Gregory Kottis, Richard Parker. 




SPECIAL STUDENTS 



Charles Allen 

Bculah Allison 

Marilyn Foss 

Nancy Froehlich 

Rachel Hardin 



Frank Kelly 

Joseph Kittle 

LaVerne Lynn 

Marv Lou McKean 

Juliana Moskal 



Lois Nuzum 

Shirley Parker 

Willard Peterson 

Elsie Smith 

Wanita Stover 



Clarence Sweigart 

Clara Travis 

Geraldine VanDyke 

Naomi Wetzel 

Marie Yoder 



COUNCIL 

Scaled: M. Amick, Sec; II. 
Stetson, l'res.; M. Goodnow, 
Treas. Standing: Prof. Cam- 
eron, Advisor; D. Peoples. . 

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ACADEMY 



FACULTY 




Madeline N. Xease Rntli E. Cameron James Cameron 



Esther Blaney Eunice Osterhaut 



SENIORS 





Mary Amick 



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David Burke Margaret Goodnow Carlton Pearce 



Luinc Stein 



Finishing our secondary education in the shadows of collegiate life, the 
academy students have had a year of success and achievement. Through the fellow- 
ship of Christian teachers and students, we have started our quest for truth and service 
to the Master. 

Academy activities throughout the year have included the annual fall 
breakfast at Merrymount park and weekly Monday evening prayer meetings. Times 
of fellowship with the Camcrons, faculty advisors, have been especially memorable. 



UNDERCLASSMEN 




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Front Row: H. Carr, F. Knight, E. Stead, L. Altie, D. Shea, M. Ebv, R. Crowley. Second Row: 
H. Stetson, S. Bowman, H. Babeock, W. Haselton, P. Jones. 



BIBLE CERTIFICATE COURSE 




Loris Fair John Kulin 

Ronald Steeves 



Seated: S. Fuller, Treas.; J. Kulin, V. Prcs. 
Standing: R. Stccvcs, Prcs.; M. Pitt, Sec. 



SENIORS 



COUNCIL 



In tin- third year of its existence, the Bible Certificate Course has begun 
to reap a fruitful harvest. 

This new department which specializes in training students to carry the 
gospel to others, has already proven itself to be a vital, living part of the Christian edu- 
cation which Eastern Nazarene College offers to all. 



UNDERCLASSMEN 




Front Row: D. Brumagin, S. Fuller, W. Cassiek, Prof. Nielson, Prof. Taylor, J. Kuhn, R. 
Stevens, M. Pitt, C. Grate. Second Row: F. Olsen, R. Phillips, O. Taylor, F. MacMillan, D. 
Olson, G. Pillsbury, B. Bergeson. 







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Seated: William Yeager, Joan Stratton, Jeanelte Morehead, Rebecca Bown, Helen Johnson, 
Carolyn McEachern. Second Row: Herbert Dodge, John Wagner, William Whitehead, Alfred 
Hesemeyer, Douglas Peoples, William Kelvington, 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM YEAGER 

CAROLYN McEACHERN 

REBECCA BOWNE 

CORDON YOUNG 

DOUGLAS PEOPLES 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Chaplain 
Faculty Advisor 

PROF. MEL-THOMAS ROTHWELL 

REPRESENTATIVES 

Graduate Herbert Dodge 

Senior Joan Stratton 

Junior John Wagner 

Sophomore Jeanette Morehead 

Freshman William Whitehead 

Academy Douglas Peoples 

Bible Certificate Wilbur Cassick 

Delta Gordon Young 

Kappa Alfred Hesemeyer 

Sigma Gordon Wetmore 

Zeta William Kelvington 

Nautilus Vernon Morse 

Campus Camera Rebecca Bowne 

Clubs Doreen Armstrong 



With Prexy Bill Yeager wielding the 
gavel, the Student Council swung into action 
early in the semester by giving an enthusiastic 
welcome to the frosh. Few days passed before 
Dog-patch posters captioned, "Gals — Get Your 
Guys" appeared. The scramble for dates which 
followed was climaxed with the Sadie Hawkins 
Party held at the Fore-River Club House. Lil' 
Abner and Daisy Mae were kept busy award- 
ing prizes to the creators of onion corsages, 
and profs with their faces smeared with custard 
pies. 

Christmas vacation was off to a good 
start following the semi-formal banquet held 
in the dining hall. An extra pre-banquet fea- 
ture was the election of a King and Queen. 

Late in the spring another semi-formal 
party provided the last social gathering of tlie 
student body this year. 

This year the Student Council has 
stimulated pep-rallies for the Gordon games, 
helped enforce library quietness, initiated the 
support of a European orphan, started monthly 
singspirations, helped provide new games for 
the parlor, revised the society point system, 
sponsored "Talent Night," and during the 
second semester has provided decorations and 
programs once a month during the dinner hour. 






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ETHEL MULLEN, Editor 



THOMAS SKIDMORE, Business Manager 



THE NAUTILUS 




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Front How: \V. Trout, A. John, II. Johnson, T, Skidmore, E. Mullen. Prof. Goodnow, Advisor; 
L. Flick, C. Pallela. Second Row: D. Austin, L. Nuzum, D. Mattmueller, J. Morehead, J. Strot- 
man, D. Armstrong, C. Smith, S. Martin. Third How: S. Smith, ). Williamson, T. Staines, H. 
Lehto, D. Peoples, D. Mucci, G. Waugh, A. Hose. 



STAFF 
Editor-in-Chief ETHEL MULLEN 

Business Manager THOMAS SKIDMORE 
Associate Editor (Script) HELEN JOHNSON 
Associate Editor (Layout) DALLAS MUCCI 
Assistant Bus. Mgr. STERLING SMITH 

Staff Photographer and Darkroom 
Technician: Douglas Peoples. Assistants to 
the Photographer: Richard Lehto, Karl Rctter. 
Sports Editor: Thomas Staines. Personality 
Sketch Editor: Waveline Trout. Photography 
Editor: Doreen Armstrong. 

Staff Writers: Rose Handloser, Car- 
mella Palella, Janette Morehead. Art Staff: 
Abram Rose, Galen Waugh. Secretary to the 
Editor: Shirley Martin. Secretary to the Busi- 
ness Manager: Lois Nuzum. Literary Assist- 
ants: Gordon Wetmore, Joseph Williamson. 
Typists: Shirley Haselton, Aldine John, Cyn- 
thia Smith, Juanita Strotman, Lois Flick. 
Literary Advisor: Professor Edith Goodnow. 
Business Advisor: Mr. Sehlosser. 



It seems only yesterday that it was 
September and that the Nautilus was just a 
dream for 1954. The office had that well-kept 
business look that did not wish to be disturbed 
by a hubbub of flash pictures, advertising con- 
tracts, and miscellaneous strips of cardboard. 
But time has passed. 

Nautilus picture day was the begin- 
ning. "In your places! Where is the next 
group?" we heard constantly over the loud- 
speaker, as Charley's camera clicked inces- 
santly. Then, too, we remember Nautilus 
Night which provided an evening of enter- 
tainment, while furnishing pocket money for 
those hurried calls to the photographer, and 
extra bottles of glue. 

Deadlines have come and gone. There 
were many anxious and thrilling moments as 
the Nautilus began to grow. The staff toiled 
endlessly to capture as many of the happier 
moments of the year as possible. 

The enjoyment of compiling the 1954 
Nautilus belongs to this year's staff. But the 
future enjoyment of the Nautilus is every- 
one's to possess as we read it in years to come. 




CAROL OULTON, Editor 



HARLEY BYE, Business Manager 



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Front Row: T. Starnes, J. Stxotman, Prof. Spangenberg, Advisor; C. Onlton, H. Bye, R. Loomis, 
R. Bown, W. Trout, H. Johnson. Second Row: B. Church, B. Ashline, B. Blaisdell, J. Gidney, 
J. Schlosser, B. Hemmings, I. Morehead, B. Adams, G. Weischedel. Third Row: M. Hutchins, 
B. Milstead, B. Mullen, R. Lehto, D. Mucci, P, Parker, A. Rose, M. Williamson. 



STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief CAROL OULTON 

Associate Editor RUTH ANN LOOMIS 

Business Manager HARLEY BYE 

Columnists: Herbert Dodge, Bernard. 
Mullen. Sports Editors: Tom Staines, Barbara 
Hemmings. Associate Sports Editor: Dallas 
Mucci. Feature Editors: Helen Johnson, Wave 
Trout. Proof Editor: Barbara Milstead. Head- 
line Editors: Jeanette Morehead, Maylou 
Williamson. 

Reporters: Bonnie Adams, Beverly 
Ashline, Beverly Blaisdell, Becky Bown, 
Janice Gidney, Barbara Hemmings, Dallas 
Mucci, Bernard Mullen, Jeanette Morehead, 
Pershing Parker, Gail Weischedel. 

Artists: Abram Rose, Galen Waugh. 
Photographer: Richard Lehto. 



Four-forty-five a.m. . . . copy's edited, 
typed, and marked for column width and point 
size . . . galley sheets are proof-read . . . 
layout is finished, dummv pasted up. Now 
—headlines to write ... a picture for that hole 
on front page . . . half the copy for front page 
still out, too — deadlines must be met if we 
are to get this paper out by Wednesday night. 

From the time of assignments in Prof. 
Span.'s journalism class to the time of sliding 
the sheet under dorm doors and mailing all 
those subscriptions, we have learned a great 
deal about journalism. Selling ads and sub- 
scriptions, writing a news story lead or head- 
line, planning a feature story or layout or try- 
ing to revolutionize campus rules or opinions 
with an editorial — we've learned a lot about 
people, too. 





Front How: L. Harris. Sec: C. Bradley, Ad- 
visor: R. Metcalfe, Pres.; H. Johnson, V. Pres. 
Second How: D. People, Chap.; R. Lynch, 
Treas.; H. Quanstrom, Co-ordinator; G. Young, 
S. C. Rep. 



DELTAS 

Forty new students got started in the right 
direction this year by following our Delta policeman's 
whistle beckoning them to obey the traffic light Hash- 
ing "Go Delta." They helped to boost the Deltas to 
the largest society on campus. 

Our Delta calendar of social events this year 
included a sleigh ride in the New England winter 
wonderland and a boat cruise on the bay in the Spring. 

But it was not only the big events which linger 
in our memories, for we will not soon forget our Delta 
society meetings with the encouraging remarks of our 
president, our singing Delta cheerleaders' undying 
faith, and our inspiring Delta prayer meetings on the 
top floor of the Canterbury where we shared our bur- 
dens and our victories. 





KAPPAS 

More new students were "Sold on the Kappas" 
this year than on any other society. On Rush Day the 
large Kappa cash register was ringing up sales right 
and left. 

We surprised the football spectators in the fall 
with a full cheering section complete with a Kappa 
band. Our after-dinner programs on Thursday night 
presented various kinds of talent; we'll especially re- 
member the cowgirl duet. 

Our Kappa prayer meetings proved to be bless- 
ings and a factor which bound us more closely to- 
gether in our friendships and in our play. 

But we wouldn't come to the end of this year 
without mentioning our Spring outing which made us 
feel all the more that we're glad we're Kappas. 




Front Row: S. Smith, Treas.; P. Davis, V. Pres.; 
C. Smith, Sec.; J. Cameron, Advisor. Second 
Row: R. Young, Pres.; A. Hesemeyer, S. C. 
Rep.; H. Rye, Chaplain. 






Front Row: E. Burgess, V. Pres.; J. Young, Co- 
ordinator; J. Schlosser, Sec; S. Truitt, Co- 
ordinator. Second Row: T. Starnes, Pres.; G. 
Wetmore, S. C. Rep.; R. Crew, Chap.; D. 
Grosse, Treas. 



SIGMAS 

That the Sigma spirit is never defeated was 
proved over and over again this year. Rush Day saw 
the fewest number of students riding through the Sig- 
ma tunnel of love, which made our soeietv the smallest 
at E.N.C. 

But the Sigma enthusiasm was high as we got 
off to an early start in social activities with a hay ride 
last fall. Our loyalties were more closely united as we 
cheered our teams to victory and to championship. 
Then in the Spring we climaxed our fellowship at an 
outing at the Blue Hills. 

Our Sigma Sam and Sigma Sal waiters and 
waitresses made our freshman welcoming dinner more 
interesting. Our prayer meetings, our society meetings, 
our cheering sections, and all our work together has 
helped to make this a successful year for the Sigmas. 





ZETAS 



The Zetas were the "surprise society" this year 
after the Rush Day lists were tallied. Fifty-two win- 
dow shoppers were attracted to the Zeta showcase and 
signed a contract with the Zetas for four years. 

Among the outstanding social events of the 
year, we Zetas will remember our boat ride just before 
school closed, and the feeling of unity which we 
sensed as we sang hymns upon the water. 

The calm and skillful playing of our team mem- 
bers led us to many victories and championships. How 
could we forget our Zeta cheerleaders' war cry? 

The year passed all too quickly and we were 
sorry to see our seniors graduate, but we are looking 
forward to even better years with the Zetas! 




Front How: B. Fleming, Sec.-Treas.; J. Wag- 
ner, Pros.; Prof. Delp, Advisor; B. Ashline, V. 
Pres. Second Bow: S. Ilenck, Chap.; M. Brown, 
Co-ordinator; W. Kelvington, S. C. Hep. 



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"N" CLUB 




JOSEPH WILLIAMSON 
President 









"N" CLUB 

Whether on the gridiron or on the 

court, there's always something doing in 
E. N. C.'s athletic program. 

In the fall, along with the regular foot- 
ball season, were the men's singles and doubles 
tennis tournaments. 

This year, with the appointment of our 
new athletic director, Mr. Bradley, we had an 
added interest in soccer and volleyball. 

With winter came basketball and ping- 
pong, followed by softball and the spring 
tennis tournaments. 

The "N" Club, E. N. C.'s honor society 
of athletics, is responsible for many of the 
improvements in our athletic program. The 
new football uniforms, the time clock in the 
gym, and paid referees at our basketball games 
are a few of the benefits we receive from this 
active organization. 

This year, with the proceeds from its 
annual sale of tickets, the "N" Club purchased 
new basketball uniforms for the All-E. N. C. 
Squad. 



CARROLL BRADLEY 

Coach 




DELTA 
Front Row (left to right): E. Burke. J. Carlson. J. Laudermilk, G. 
Young, O. Taylor. Second Row: W. Yeager, W. Sever. R. Quans- 
trom, R. Metcalfe. 





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KAPPA CHEERLEADERS 

Left to right: C. Smith. P. Travis. B. 
Gery, M. Phillips, J. Pendleton. S. 
Watkins. 



KAPPA 

Front Row (left to right): G. Pillsbury, R. Parsons, k". Nelson, J. 
I Couchenour, A. Hesemeyer. Second Row: J. Cameron, coach; R. 
Young, J. Sheets, D. McSaveney. G. Ketner, D. Henry. 





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DELTA CHEERLEADERS 

Left to right: L. Stein, R. Metcalfe, 
A. Clark, D. Mattmueller, M. Good- 
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SIGMA 

Front Row (left to right): G. Gressett, D. Smith, J. Young, J. 
Riggleman, C. Haas. Second Row: G. Bryner, coach; W. Speak- 
man, J. Sipes, D. McGrew, T. Starnes. 



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SIGMA CHEERLEADERS 

Left to right: G. Spaite, B. Adams, E. 
Burgess, E. Smith, J. Schlosser, D. 
Webb, R. Kyer. 




ZETA CHEERLEADERS 

Left to right: M. Boshart, B. Younce, 
D. Casler. 




ZETA 

Front Row (left to right): E. Patmore, F. Stiles, IT. Brooks, K. 
Retter, W. Hysong. Second How: S. Nease, coach; T. Christensen, 
J. Wagner, R. Heinlein, C. Caldwell. 




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JIM YOUNG 



DICK HEINLEIN 





JOHN WAGNER 



JERRY RIGGLEMAN 





JOE WILLIAMSON 



ROY QUANSTROM 




Flooring a squad of veterans, 
E. N. C. was able to eke out a 
72-65 win over its tradition rival. 
Cordon College, in the first of the 
two annual games played. 

The game was closely contested; 
h o w e v e r , brilliant teamwork, 
coupled with a depth of reserve 
strength was more than enough to 
enable our boys to take the lead 
over the E. N. C. opposers. 

Holding only a slight edge at 
half-time, veteran observers anx- 
iously awaited the outcome of the 
second half. But coach Bradley 
kept fresh men in at all times, and 
E. N. C. really went into action to 
maintain its lead through the rest 
of the game. 

Good sportsmanship on the floor 
and intense spectator interest from 
the sidelines, highlighted the game. 



FOOTBALL 



With the near emergence of its first undefeated team since 1949, E.N.C.'s 
1953 football season was a success. 

The lone defeat handed the Sigmas came from the Zetas in their final 
game The Kappas aided the Sigma's cause by defeating the Green and Cold in their 
final tilt. 

The Deltas, riddled by the loss of players, failed to win a game in spite 
ol their fighting spirit. 

In the annual ALL-STAR game, the first team, with only one hold-over 
from last year's squad, went down to defeat. 

The first team was composed of Wayne Speakman, captain and only 
returning veteran, Jim Couchenour, Karl Retter, Wes Chambers, Oscar Eller and Ron 
Parsons. 

The second team was made up of Dick Heinlein, Dave MaeSaveney, Dave 
MacCrew. Roy Quanstrom, Joe Williamson, and Don Rooth. 

A season's title depending on the outcome of the final game, cheerleaders 
at every game, increased spectator interest — such was E.N.C.'s 1953 football season. 



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DELTA 



Front Row: \. Lockwood, A. 
Clark. A. Litdefield, M. Good- 
now. H. Metcalfe. Second Row : 
\l. Pyne, (;. [nsco, B. Milstead, 
D. Mattmueller, M. [nsco. 



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KAPPA 



Front Row: R. Norman, B. 
Gery, R. Bray, C. Smith. Sec- 
ond Row: \I. Williamson. J. 
Stetson. J. Moran, (.'. SkUlings, 
J. Burton. 




SIGMA 



Front Row: D. Webb, R. Kyer, 
S. Truitt, A. Jones, J. Schlosser. 
Second How: J. Morehead, D. 
Biggs, E. Smith, G. Jessop. 



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ZETA 



Front Row: D. Anderson, M. 
Brown, B. Fleming. Second 
Row: G Pankow, G. Zeigler. 




DELTA 



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Front Row: N. Lockwood, A. 
Clark E. Jackson, M. Good- 
now, A. John. Second How: M. 
Pyne, C. Garlow, B. Milstead, 
D. Mattmueller. 







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KAPPA 



Front Row: R. Norman B. Gery, 
J. Burton, C. Smith. Second 
Row: C. Skillings, J. Moran, J. 
Stetson. 




SIGMA 



Front Row: J. Schlosser, S. 
Truitt, A. Jones. Second Row: 
J. Morehead, D. Big^s, E. 
Smith, G. Jessop. 




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ZETA 



Front Row: D. Anderson, M. 
Brown, B. Flemming. Second 
Row: G. Pankow, G. Zeigler 



BASKETBALL ALL STARS 




BASKETBALL ALL-STAR TEAM 

Front How (left to right): S. Truitt, M. Conic, D. Bij^s, J. Burton, C. McEachern, C. Smith. 
Second How: M. Brown, E. Smith, B. Gery, B. Milstcad, B. Fleming, R. Hardin. 



ALL-STAR GIRLS" BASKETBALL 

The E. N. C. All-Star girls once again 
won a decisive victory in a 7-1-45 point lead 
over the Gordon College lassies in their annual 
basketball contest. 

Our fast-moving forward line drove 
through the Gordon defense, while our very 
efficient guards kept the Gordon forwards 
away from the basket. Spectacular team-work 
plus Mabel Brown's well-aimed shots, and the 
brilliant plays by Doris Biggs and Blanche 
Gery, racked up the points for E. N. C. 



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ALL-STAR CHEERLEADERS 
E. Smith, C. Smith, M. Boshart, A. John, J. Schlossei 

J. Pendleton, B. Gery. 




CLUBS 
FEATURES 





Astronomy Club 

Front How: R. Pauli, D. Mc- 
Savaney, Dr. Shrader, D. Matt- 
mueller, Pics.; II. Henderson. 
Second Row: M. Laurie, H. 
Bye, S. Smith. J. Duncan, R. 
Mosgrove, J. Wampler, P. 
Parker, R. Bashani. 



Biology 
Association 

Front Row: H. Kick], E. Wil- 
son, M. Ferguson. Second Row: 
A. Tikasingh, D. Penney, R. 
Lynch, A. Sanchez. 





Bowne 

Philosophical 

Society 

Front Row: Q. Caswell. T. 
Schweikert, M. Studley, D. 
MacPherson, Treas.; S. Han- 
cock, Sec; G. Jackson. Y. Prcs.; 
K. Gibbs, Prs.; M. Bedor, P. 
Zeigler, F. Oxenford, G. Wet- 
more. Second Row: T. Starnes, 
R. Gery, J. Bergers, D. Mac- 
Savaney, J. Wagner, D. Mac- 
Xeill. \\". Yeager, W. Lyon, L. 
Pennington, Prof. Rothwell. 



Chemistry 
Association 

Front How: P. Woodward, N. 
Sanford, Prof. Shrader, D. An- 
deregg, V. Pres.; B. Church, 
Sec. Second Row: J. Larrabee, 
D. Penney, Treas.; R. Krutenat, 
f. Hodgkiss, R. Mcrki. 





Fine Arts Club 

Front Row: E. Goodnow, S. 
Watkins, P. G e r m an, Sec- 
Treas.; Prof. Cow, Prof. Will- 
werth, S. Haselton, Pres.: J. 
Steninger, V. Pres.; E. Fields, 
L. Banker, S. Hamlin. Second 
Row: O. Burch, R. Metcalfe, 
A. Little-field, A. Rose. R. 
Mickel, N. Grimrod, W. Grace, 
J. Stetson, N. Skilhngs, J. Strot- 
man, J. Pendleton. 



Future Teachers 

Front Row: E. Goodnow, B. 
Younce, A. Chandler, M. Mays, 
C. Allen, M. Miller, Treas.; D. 
Clingennan, Librarian; Prof. 
Groves, Prof. Parsons, B. Ash- 
line, Pres.; M. Bye, V. Pres.; 
J. Stratton, Chap.; D. Driggs, 
Sec; E. Blake, J. Merriman. 
Second Row: E. Goodale, M. 
Merrits, R. Handloser, R. Bray, 
M. Lewis, N. Wagner, L. Arm- 
strong, S. Bonnette, M. Insco, 
F. Smith, B. Hemmings, J. 
Strotman, D. Kelly, J. Thomas, 
B. Blaisdell, V. Bock, S. Hasel- 
ton, C. Smith, D. Mack, E. Mc- 
kenzie, P. North, G. Kelley, C. 
Palella, B. Burt, L. Banker. 
Third Row: A. Sanchez, F. 
Lovejov, R. Kver, J. Kirtz, M. 
Phillips, J. St. Pierre, G. Pan- 
kow, R. Parry, R. Cubic, A. 
Rose, H. Goodwin, M. Phillips, 
I. Duvall, M. Copeland, D. 
Webb, C. Claytor. 





Spanish Club 

Front How: R. Walters, D. 
Schnerf, R. Lynch, D. Driggs, 
V. Pres.; R. Wycoff, Sec; Prof. 
Roth well, A. Sanchez, Pres.; 
D. Henry, Trcas.; N. Wetzel, 
R. Plunkert, D. Brown, G. 
Kelly. Second Row: J. Shin- 
ault, L. Flick, M. Mayes, C. 
Weischedel, J. Gidney, J. 
Deem, D. Casler, M. Manzer, 

A. Lovely, M. Corric, M. 
Hutchins, R. Powers, E. Mc- 
Kenzic. Third Row: M. Eby, 
H. Goodwin, G. Pankow, R. 
Dunlop, I). Grosse, W. Cham- 
bers, S. Bowman, B. Milstead, 

B. Gery, M. Phillips, M. Brown, 
M. Williamson. 



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Literature Club 

Front How: II. Johnson, D. 
Clingerman, P. Davis. Prog. 
Chairman; Prof. Spangenberg, 
Prof. Goodnow, I). Armstrong, 
Pres.; L. Harris. V. Pres.; R. 
Loomis, Sec. -Trcas.: J. Doro- 
thy, Prog. Chairman; G. Spaite, 
A. Sanchez. Second Row: R. 
Bown, L. Armstrong. W. Trout, 
A. John, J. Kirtz, C. Smith. C. 
Claytor, C. McEachem, E. 
Mullen. D. Austin, J. Schlos- 
scr. J. Morchcad. C. Palella. 
Third Row; G. Jessop, B. Hem- 
mings, R. Ireland, W. Grace. 
(; Wetmore, W. Lyons, R. Mil- 
stead, J. Little, B. Adams, C. 
Oulton, S. Martin. 





Psychology Club 

Front Row: S. Sasao, E. Good- 
ale, B. Burt, S. Chase. Sec; I. 
Cove, V. Pres.; Prof. Grows. 
J. Glennie, Pres.; J. Duncan, 
Treas.; A. Chandler, B. Wright 
R. Handloser, D. Mack. Second 
How: M. Merritts, S. Fuller, F. 
Smith. E. Jackson, M. Previere, 
D. Jackson, M. Miller, J. Inseo, 
J. Thomas, C. May, M. Insco, 
G. Kelly. Third Row: W. Pvnn, 
J. Burlev, H. Sullivan, D. 
Peoples, H. Larsen, W. Ellison, 
R. Mosgrove. P. Parker, W. 
Woodbridge, V. Morse, A. Ti- 
kasingh, T. Wooster. 



Speech Club 

Front Row: M. Lewis, R. Bray, 
K. Butts, T. Skidmore, Pres.; 
Prof. Dygoski, R. Kyer, V. 
Pros.; D. Webb, Sec.-Treas.; J. 
Schlosser, L. Nuzum. Second 
Bow: J. Morehead, E. Johnson, 
D. Jackson, D. Jones, D. John- 
son, D. Kelley, J. Stratton, E. 
Smith. Third Bow: D. Mucci, 
B. Mosgrovc, B. Mullen, J. 
Sipes, J. Wagner, C. Allen, W. 
Krutenat, P. Parker, M. Laurie. 




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Debate Team 

Front Row (Seated): J. More- 
head, R. Kyer, C. McEachcrn. 
Second Row (Standing): J. Rig- 
den, J. Williamson, H. Dodge. 



The debate team's trips to Emerson, Tufts, and M.I.T. brought 
a second place, a tie for third, individual awards, and special recogni- 
tion to E.N.C. this year. Economic theories, high tariffs, and foreign 
aid composed the constructive speeches and rebuttals. Coffee and 
doughnuts between rounds, and the meeting of old debaters gave min- 
utes of relaxation, although tough breaks, tension of results, revising 
of cases, changing of partners, and unanswerable arguments gave the 
debaters their headaches. Long late hours of practice, clear thinking 
and reasoning, a determination to win, plus God's help and blessing, 
characterized E.N.C.'s debaters this year. 

Student Herbert Dodge's coaching, Senior Carolyn McEach- 
ern's ability and winning way, novice debater Joe Williamson's rea- 
soning and history major, Jeanette Morehead's years of debating 
experience, Frosh Ruth Kyer's hard work and smile, John Rigden's 
outstanding individual award, Bob Brigg's enthusiasm, Dave Daniels' 
logical thinking, and Dallas Mucci's determination, were all found on 
E.N.C.'s two debate teams this year. 




Ruth Keffer proved to be an efficient president of the House Council, 
whose first activity of the school year was the sponsorship of "Open House." Members 
of the Council were in charge of a short program held in the Dining Hall, including 
the skit. "The Funeral of Grandfather Clock and Baby Ben." Later, prizes were 
awarded for the best rooms in both boys' and girls' dormitories. 

The Council sponsored the Saturday and Sunday after-dinner prayer meet- 
ings for the entire student body. These were always a blessing to those who attended. 

A Christmas tree, mistletoe, window paintings were the decorations for 
the Monro Hall parlor during the Christmas holidays. 



Front Row (Seated): G. 
Pankow, E. Henck, R. 
Loomis, P. Collins, Sec- 
Treas.; D. Clingerman; 
R. Keffer, Pies. Second 
Row (Standing): J, Shin- 
ault, J. Merriman, M. 
Previere, M. Yoder, M. 
Bye. 



HOUSE 
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FOREIGN 
STUDENTS 



Front Row: F. Culver, H. 
Stetson, O. Burch, A. 
Sanchez, R. Stevens. W. 
West. Second Row: B. 
Co-hill, M. Bye, S. Sasao, 
N. Wilson, M. Moore, N. 
Sanford, C. Garlovv, E. 
Mullen, D. Armstrong, I. 
Stanford. Third Row: J. 
Mori, R. Landers, D. 
Jones, R. Withrow, B. 
Mullen, F. MacMillan, 
D. Penney, G. Wetmore, 
W. Mullen, A. Tikasingh. 



From Nigeria to Puerto Rico, and Prince Edward Island to Japan, students 
of different languages, races, religions and interests enter the doors of E.N.C. together. 
Here they learn to work, study, and play together on a basis of friendship, under- 
standing and equality. We have found it very interesting and enlightening to learn 
first-hand the varied customs and folkways characteristic of each land. Goodnaturedly 
we rib each other about 'that Southern brogue," or that "definite Canadian accent." 
But we are sure that our outlook has been greatly broadened, and our understanding 
and toleration sharpened, by coming in contact with these students "from other lands." 






SHIRLEY HASELTON 
Program Director 



RICHARD KRUTENAT 

Technical Director 



WENC 



Six-thirty A.M. — Signal — "This is WENC, your college radio station." 
Thus WENC announced the beginning of a new day. A sprinkle of music, news, time, 
humor, and devotions woke the ENC'ers up for breakfast and classes. 

Ten-thirty P.M. — WENC entertained, informed, and occupied the students 
for an hour with laughs on "Willie and Moose," drama on Joy's "Scrips and Scraps," 
music on "Classical Album," the latest hits on Ruth's "Turntable Terrace," all inter- 
spersed with campus news. 

Thanks to Shirley Haselton, director; Dick Krutenat and Curtis Witte, 
technical directors; and many talented students, WENC was rebuilt, scheduled, and 
put on the map this year. 




Front Row: J. Morehead, O. Hedges, R. Kyer, R. Krutenat, S. Haselton, Prof. Dygoski, II. 
Johnson, M. Manzer, J. Dorothy. Second Row: R. Hemmings, W. Grace, D. Mattmueller, S. 
Smith, D. Mucci, II. Henderson, N. Sanford, J. St. Pierre, E. Jackson, W. Haselton. Third Row: 
M. Laurie, C. Wood, C. Witte, W. Krutenat, R. Larsen, R. Lynch, J. Carlson, P. Parker, G. 
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"... They are written in the Lamb's book of life." 

Revelation 21:27 



\I\ Dear Friends: 

We believe that the things of lasting 
importance in college days, as in all of life, are 
the things of the spirit. Saint Paul, in his 
memorable "Hymn of Love" (I Corinthians 
13) has made this very clear indeed. "Whether 
there be prophecies, they shall tail; whether 
there be tongues, they shall cease; whether 
there be knowledge, it shall vanish away," 
says the apostle; "and now abideth faith, hope, 
love, these three; but the greatest of these is 
love." And Faith, hope, and love— these things 
which abide — belong to man's inner life, liis 
life in the sight of God. 

This College which we love and serve 
is founded on the principle of the primacy o( 
things spiritual. Amid all the busy activities 
of College we hold that the vital core of life 
must be nourished by the eternal truth of 
God revealed to us in Christ Jesus, our Re- 
deemer and Lord. The central place in our 
lives held by the gospel and the church rests 
upon this essential truth. We hope that it has 
taken increasing hold upon each of you during 
your student davs, and that your whole life 
will be dedicated to the principle that to seek 
first Cod's kingdom and His righteousness is 
to have every other needful thing. God bless 
you. 

Faithfully, your pastor, 

J. GLENN GOULD 




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Front How: P. Willwerth, 
director; D. Ward, H. Kidd, 
L. Young, L. Schlosser, A. 
Ward, M. Gould, E. Lock- 
wood, O. Marple, organist. 
Second Row: E. Wilson, L. 
Allen, E. Baldwit, B. Will- 
werth, B. Blachly, P. Wood- 
ward, E. Young, II. Shan- 
nan. Third Row: J. Duncan, 
R. Young, R. Mann, S. 
Blachly, R. M a n n, V. 
Groves, A. Straw, J. Naylor, 
T. Young. 



CHURCH CHOIR 

This year the church choir continued to provide inspiration and blessing 
lor each of the church services. Faithful support to the revivals and special meetings 
meant benefit to all who listened. 

Unique arrangements of old favorites and exultant anthems were included 
in its repertoire. Under the efficient direction of Prof. Paul Willwerth, choir members 
practiced faithfully to contribute an indispensable part of worship and praise. 



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Front Row (Seated): A. Hesemeyer, Pres.; J. Stratton, Rep. at large; R. 
Bown, Sec.-Treas.; R. Loomis, V. Pres. Second Row (Standing): W. Sever, 
Rep. at large; D. Grosse, song leader. 



It has been the aim and desire of 
the local N.Y.P.S. to furnish weekly pro- 
grams that would help each of the local 
attenders fo grasp spiritual truths, to 
have an opportunity for the expression 
of their own personal experiences, and 
to enjoy the fellowship of other young 
people. 

Our greatest achievement of the 
year was to inaugurate, in conjunction 
with the General N.Y.P.S. program, a 
series of study-units centering around 
such subjects as the Manual of the 
Church of the Nazarene, Christian Eth- 
ics, and Youth Leadership. These study 
units were made alive by the active part 
all played in forums, debates, and open 
discussion. 

This new emphasis in our N.Y.P.S. 
has brought us nearer to fulfilling the 
object of such a society as stated in the 
Manual, that we "build up our members 
in Christian experience and in holy char- 
acter, and . . . instruct them in the doc- 
trines of the church, and . . . bring about 
the salvation of other young people." 



IN THE CHAPEL 




DR. R. WAYNE GARDNER 




MR. AND MRS. KENNETH WELLS 




DR. LEONARD M. SPANGENBERG 




REV. J. SUTHERLAND LOGAN 





REV. JOSEPH BIERCE 



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DR. W. ROBERT SMITH 



DR. ALBERT F. HARPER 



A CAPPELLA CHOIR 



Front Row: Mrs. Williamson, 
director; F. Oddo, II. Johnson, 
J. Merriman, E. Henck, D. 
Brown. P. Gibson, G. Jessop, 
D. Armstrong, S. Chase, S. 
Fuller, I. Cove, J. Strotman, S. 
Haselton. Second How: D. 
Mattmueller, M. Copeland, B. 
Flemming, X. S a n f o r d, B. 
Cry. C. McEachern, J. St. 
Pierre. I. Coghill, W. Young, 
R. Keffer. Third Row: A. Rose, 
D. Jones, D. Blaney, D. Hard- 
ing, E. Mann, J. Young, D. 
Henry, D. Withrow, T- Duncan, 

D. Mattmueller, M. Shene, R. 
Dunlop. Fourth Row: B. Met- 
calfe, D. Peoples, D. Wanner, 

E. Twining. C. Wood, J. Glen- 
ny, J. Carlson. C;. Waugh, K. 

Better. A. Sanchez. 



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MEISTERSINGERS 









Front Row: Prof. Delp, E. Pat- 
more, I. Shook, R. Lehto, W. 
Whitehead, R. Altic, R. Mos- 
grove, W. Krutenat, A. Straw, 
P. Parker, G. Mantha, R. 
Mickel, J. Mori, P. German. 
Second Row: L. Armstrong, L. 
Flick, A. Chandler, E. Fields, 
R. Bray, B. Ashline, J. Schlos- 
ser, N. Lockwood, L. Banker, 
G. Kelly, E. Blake, G. Fisher, 
P. Mosgrove, L. Whipple, V. 
Bock, S. Parker. Third Row: 
Mrs. Williamson, director; P. 
Travis, A. Jones, M. Lewis, N. 
Froehlich, M. Amick, R. Maye, 
S. Saseo, D. Austin, J. Amick, 
R. Kyer, N. Wagner, M. Bve, 
B. Adams, M. Previere, M. 
Hutchins, D. Casler, B. Powers, 
M. Harris, L. Altic, B. Gale, 
E. Johnson, J. Gidney. G. Van- 
Dvke, I. Stanford. Fourth Row: 
R. Russell, J. Pendleton, D. An- 
derson, M. Merritts. C. Garlow, 
R. Metcalfe, J. Steninger, J. 
Stetson, A. Clark, M. Miller, 
M. Manzer, E. Wilson, J. Insco, 
L. Harris, G. Pankow, E. Good, 
R. Ireland, M. Moore, P. North, 
E. McKenzie, M. Tharp. 




PATRICIA GIBSON 

Pianist 

OLIVE MARPLE 

Organist 

JAMES YOUNG 

Bass 

GRACE ODDO HATCH 
Soprano 

ESTHER WILLIAMSON 
Contralto, Director 

FRANK HARVEY 

Tenor 



As the strains of the "Hallelujah Chorus" filled the E.N.C. auditorium, 
once again the story of Christ was told in the music of Handel's "The Messiah." Since 
1934, the combined choirs of E.N.C, the A Cappella, the Meistersingers, and Church 
choir, have presented annually this triumphant oratorio. 

Capacity audiences year after year have shown their appreciation for this 
rendition. From all over New England, various guests enjoy the immortal music under 
die directorship of Mrs. Esther Williamson. The college orchestra vividly adds back- 
ground to the chorus numbers besides its beautiful interpretation of the "Pastoral 
Symphony." 

Throughout the entire work, the spirit of Christ is exemplified. As the 
birth of Christ is foretold, His life on earth, and Resurrection, the participants sing His 
message to all those that hear the arias and solos. Their spirits testily that "... His 
yoke is easy, and His burthen is light." 

THE MESSIAH 





Front Row: Q. Caswell, S. 
Hamlin, \V. Kelvington, S. 
Watfcfns, C. Caldwell, R. 
Mosgrove, H. Cogswell. 
Second Row: B. Ashline, P. 
Parker, Prof. Willwerth, J. 
Carlson, D. Anderson, O. 
Marsh, T. Boates, B. Ward, 
R, Ilersli, D. Withrow, W. 
Haselton, II. Mosgrove, R. 
Mosgrove, V. Stewart, E. 
Patniore. Third Row: C. 
Williams, II. Kidd. 



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The main purpose "I the Student Ministerial Association is to acquaint 
its members with the calling which tliey have accepted. Realizing the seriousness, 
yet the greatness and glory ol preparation for future service as ministers, these upper- 
classmen share with each other a hand ol Fellowship because of their mutual aims and 
goals. 

At intervals through the year, visiting ministers lectured on subjects 
pertinent to a successful life ol ministry. 

THE STUDENT MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 




Front Row: C. ODonnell R. Stevens, W. Cassick. C. Kohr, F. Shaw, C. Grate. D. MaePherson. 
Second Row: P. Zeigler, J. Mori, F. Oxenford, R. Wanner, P. Knight, G. Hall, R. Crew, V. 
Pres.: Dr. Gould, R. Gerv, Pres.; V. Morse, R. Montemuro, R. Parsons, H. Bve, O. Caswell, R. 
Bradley. Third Row: A. Kosty, D. Brumagin, G. Aubrey, K. Retter, W. Sever, A. Ray, G. Jack- 
son, R. Walters, J. Hathaway, R. Young, M. Bedor, W. Mullen, W. Woodbridge, N. Crouse, 
T. Wooster. Fourth Row: J. Kuhn, R. Metcalfe, E. Twining, I. Wagner, ]. Bergers, A. Hese- 
meyer. W. Yeager, D. MacNeill, G. Huff, D. MacSavaney, G. Wetmore, R. Phillips, H. Parker, 
O. Eller. 



AMBASSADORS 



J. Friend 



G. Keys 




TREBLETTES 
C. McEachern 

S. Haselton 



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P. Rundlett 



F. Harvey 



T. Staines 



G. Wetmore 



CLARIONS 



M. Shene 



K. Retter 



T. Christensen 

T. Boates 















STUDENT MISSIONARY SOCIETY COUNCIL 



The purpose of the Student Mis- 
sionary Society is to spread missionary 
knowledge, to pray for the mission fields, 
and to enlist consecrated lives tor mis- 
sionary service. 

Organizing prayer groups for 
each mission field and writing letters to 
missionaries, conducting missionary pro- 
grams over WENC, and preparing a 
missionary songbook; these were some 
of the means b\ which the group worked 
to achieve its purpose this \ ear. 

Each Thursday the Society met 
to study the mission fields and to pray. 
They were challenged by the needs ol 
other lands as thev listened to Miss 
Esther Thomas, a missionary from 
Africa, and other speakers. 

The Student Missionary Society 
also worked with the Prospective Mis- 
sionary Society to raise money tor the 
Thanksgiving and Easter offerings. 

"Pray ye therefore the Lord of 
the harvest that he would send forth 
labourers into his harvest." 




Front How (Seated): Prof. Spangenberg, Advisor; W. Sever, Rep. at large; 
G. Jessop, Tics. Second Row (Standing): E. Henck, Rep. at large; D. An- 
deregg, Sec.-Treas. 



PROSPECTIVE MISSIONARY SOCIETY 



Society 



To serve Christ at home and abroad is the goal of the Prospective Missionary 



Writing personal letters to missionaries, filling alabaster boxes, sending hun- 
dreds of pounds of clothing to the foreign fields, and organizing a Prayer and Fasting 
League were some of the activities of the group this year. A special Christmas project 
was to distribute boxes of food and clothing to home missionary pastors in the area. 

The Prospective Missionaries are preparing to those who have never heard 
about Christ "to open their eyes and to turn them from darkness to light." 




Front How: L. Armstrong, R. Wright, A. Jones, E. Blake, P. Collins, See.; A. Kosty, Pies.; Prof. 
Rothwell, W. Kelvington, V. Pres.; R. Merki, Treas.; E. Mann, R. Larsen, S. Sasao, L. Stein, 
R. Brav. Second Row: M. Tharp, R. Adams, M. Stndtey, E. Jackson, G. Jessop, M. Corrie, D. 
Caster, M. Moore, P. Woodward, S. Hancock, E. Good, II. Goodwin, R. Powers, W. Young, 
E. Helmstaedter, R. Gale. Third Row: G. Fisher, M. Merritts, F. Smith, E. Stead, F. Culver, 
J. Mori, B. Sullivan, E. Twining, D. Mattmueller, J. Hurley, E. Tikasingh, M. Harris, F. Ty- 
singer, D. Roberts, D. Anderegg. 




Front Row: C. Fisher, Sec; D. MacPherson, F. Wenger, Treas.; J. Bergers, 
Pres. Second Row: S. Henck, R. Crew, J. Wagner, P. Zeigler, W. Kelvington. 



EVANGELISTIC ASSOCIATION 



The primary aim of the Evangelistic Association this year has been "to 
preach the gospel" in Boston and other surrounding communities. 

A Sunday School work begun last year in Boston has developed into the 
Boston Nazarene Chapel. Designed particularly to meet the spiritual needs of the fami- 
lies in the area, this enterprise has included extensive visitation, an organized Sunday 
School, and two preaching services. Many who attend are sent to the nearby missions 
which are equipped to meet their food and housing problems. 

With the increase of interest in these services, we hope to accomplish the 
establishment-in-the-faith of the men and women who are saved through our ministry. 




FROM THE STAFF OF 

THE NAUTILUS FOR 1954 



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TO THE FAITHFUL CHURCH CONSTITUENCY 

who by their support have helped make possible 
an outstanding NAUTILUS. 



TO THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMERCIAL CONCERNS 

who generous response indicated a 
spirit of interest and good will. 



TO THE PARENTS OF STUDENTS 

who by their contributions to the 
Roosters' Club have greatly 
added to the success of this book. 







Administration Building 

EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 

"Graceful branches lifted heavenward, sun-crowned 'for our view, 
Stand the elms upon our campus, reaching to the blue. 
Shady walks beneath the foliage, flowering beauty rare; 
Blessed by nature how we love Thee, Alma Mater fair . . ." 

SUMMER SESSION BEGINS JUNE 12 
FIRST FRESHMAN CONVOCATION SEPTEMBER 9 

"There Is No Substitute For Christian Education . ■ ." 



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WOLLASTON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

The College Church 




REV. J. GLENN GOULD, D.D., Pastor PAUL I. WILLWERTH, Mus.M., Minister of Music 

MRS. OLIVE R. MARPLE, Mus.B., Organist 
The Students' Church Home Away From Home 

COMPLETELY LOYAL to the gospel of full salvation 



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NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT 

SALUTES THE CLASS OF '54 

COMMENDS FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 

UPON ANOTHER YEAR OF PROGRESS 
and 

FACES A GIGANTIC HOME MISSION CHALLENGE 



["Let us go into the next towns" 



MARK 1:38-= 




J. C. ALBRIGHT 
District Superintend nt 



OVER NINE MILLION SOULS 
222 Cities ami towns with no Church oi the 
Nazarene 

104 With from 5.000 to 10.000 population 
SS With from 10,000 to 2.5.000 population 
30 With from 25,000 to 900,000 population 

582 Miles long and '300 miles wide 
Area - 62.000 square miles 

ROBERT B. FOWLER 

Home Missionary 



BOARD OF HOME MISSIONS AND CHURCH EXTENSION 

J. Glenn Could Warren Lahue 

••• Blair Ward Charles J. Washburn 

Herbert II. Pyne C. E. Winslow 

Weslej Angell J. C. Wagner 

C. \eal Hutchinson Anthony B. Sampson 

ADVANCING THROUGH 



Prayer and Sacrificial Giving 
The District Home Mission Budget 
The N.Y.P.S. Founders Club 
The District Building Loan Fund 




"CRUSADE FOR SOULS NOW" 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Spruce and Smith Sts. 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

REV. C. NEAL HUTCHINSON, Minister, 62 State Street 



CHURCH SERVICES 

Nazarene Bible School 10:00 a.m. 

Worship 

N.Y.P.S. 

Broadcast, "The Hour of 

Cheer," WNBH, New 

Bedford, Mass. 
Evangelistic 

Prayer Meeting, Thursday 
N.F.M.S., Second Thursday 

of each month 7:30 p.m. 



CHURCH OFFICERS 
Secretary Curtis Greany 



11:00 a.m. 


Treasurer 


Annie Sylvaria 


6:00 p.m. 


Financial Secretary 


Evelyn Maynard 




S.S. Superintendent 


Stanley Brown 


7:00 p.m. 


N.Y.P.S. President 


Stanley Sylvaria 


7:30 p.m. 


N.F.M.S. President 


Dorothy Grew 


7:30 p.m. 


Frank Dzedu 


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Choir Director 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 
Class of '54 

Church of the Nazarene 

33 Myrtle St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

C. I. WILLWERTH, Pastor 





Students: 



THOMAS BOATES, JR. 
RUTH GARDINER 
DAVID PENNY 
BARBARA SMITH 



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PAUL E. KAUFFMAN 

Pastor 



CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

250 Franklin Street 
FRAMINGHAM, MASS. 

25 Years in Framingham 

with a 

Holiness Message 



BEST WISHES FROM 



MALDEN CHURCH 

Back of E.N.C. with Faith and Funds 

to 

Publish the Timeless Message in a Timely Manner 



Church: 

Judson Square, Maiden, Mass. 

Parsonage: 

236 Hawthorne, Maiden, Mass. 



Minister: 

Anthony B. Sampson 

Minister of Music: 

Quentin Caswell 



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'That in all things He might have the pre-eminence." Colossians 1:18 

South Portland 
Church of the Nazarene 




176 Sawyer Street South Portland, Maine 

H. B. WARD, Minister 
When in "Vacationland" plan to stop by and worship with us. 



GOD'S BEST 


CONGRATULATIONS 


to 


to the 


the 


Class of '54 


Class 


Church of the Nazarene 


of 


51 First Street 


1954 


LOWELL, MASS. 




SERVICES: 


New Haven Church 


Sundays: 10:45 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 


of the Nazarene 


S.S. 9:45 a.m. - Y.N.P.S. 5:30 p.m. 
Junior Society, 5:30 p.m. 


79 Lawrence Street 


Prayer Meeting Thursday, 7:30 p.m. 
"A welcome to all who attend" 


New Haven 11, Conn. 


ERNEST R. BRADLEY, Pastor 




247 Beacon Street Lowell, Mass. 



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CORDIAL GREETINGS from 



MANCHESTER 
CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

'THE FRIENDLY CHURCH with the FULL GOSPEL' 

to 
STAFF and STUDENTS 

of 

EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 



CHURCH 

466 Main Streel 

Manchester, Connecticut 



MINISTER 
C. E. Winslow 

31 Flower Street 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Class of '54 




NATHAN A. ADAMS, Pastor 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

Everett, Mass. 



CAMBRIDGE 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

234 Franklin Street 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 

S.S. Superintendent John S. Rurgess 

N.Y.P.S. President George Waterman 

N.F.M.S. President Mrs. Maude Brigham 

Our Best Wishes and Prayers 

to the Class of '54 

CLARENCE L. ARNOLD, Pastor 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Pleasant and Wheeler Sheets 

LIVERMORE FALLS, MAINE 



A Friendly Welcome to All 



ALAN G. KEITH, Pastor 



CONGRATULATIONS 
from 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
MELROSE, MASSACHUSETTS 

R. E. HOWARD, Pastor 



HILL TOP 

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

Gardiner, Maine 

J. W. TURPEL, Pastor 
P.C.I. Class of '13 




God Bless You! Class of '54 

and make for you an open door of service to 
your fellow men and give to each "the strength 
of ten." 

Come to the Richmond, Me., Camp Meeting 
August 31 — September 6 



CONGRATULATIONS 



from 



First Church of the Nazarene 



Bath, Maine 



J. LYAL CALHOUN, Minister 

Class of 1943 



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THE AKRON DISTRICT 

Congratulates Eastern Nazarene College 
Administration - Faculty - Students 



and 



Salutes All of Our Own Students 



REV. C. D. TAYLOR . District Superintendent 

REV. C. B. WOOD . District Secretary 

REV. D. D. PALMER .... District Treasurer 

REV. J. D. FREESE .. .. District N.Y.P.S. President 

REV. L. L. KOLLAR _ _ Chairman, Church School Board 

MRS. D. D. PALMER .... . District N.F.M.S. President 

YOU ARE OURS WE ARE YOURS 



WE ARE WHOLEHEARTEDLY 
RACKING YOU 



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FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

St. Clair and Walnut 

East Liverpool, Ohio 

Phone 1593 




CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF 1954 and to E.N.C. 
L. D. MORGAN, Minister - Phone 822 



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^ AKRON FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

\\ . Tallmadge at N. Howard 
On Route No. 18 

t "Where you may be a visitor 

•sJ \ . f 
Kenneth 11. Pearsall l)ut not a stranger . . . 

Pastor 



Promoting E. N. C 



with Prayer 

. . . with Fnthusiasm 

with Finances 

with Students 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '54 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Hayden Avenue at Claiborne Road 
East Cleveland, Ohio 

JAMES E. HUNTON, Minister 
Congratulations to the Class of '54! 



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PRESENTING FULL SALVATION 

in the 

BEST LOCATION IN THE NATION 



VESY STEMM 

Minister of Music 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

GARFIELD HEIGHTS, OHIO 
5711 Turney Road 




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Pastor 


A. E. WOODCOCK 


Sunday School Superintendent 


L. R. HARRIS 


N.Y.P.S. President 


MRS. G. SPAULDING 


W.F.M.S. President 


MRS. B. DUFF 


Treasurer 


MRS. T. McCUSKER 



CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '54! 




FIRST 
CHURCH 

of the 
NAZARENE 




Dick Lehto, Rose Marie Russell, 
Harold Brake, Mary Lou McKean. 



Rev. Carrier 



ASHTABULA, OHIO 

Cor. 57th St. and Washington Ave. 

GEORGE W. CARRIER, Minister 

We are proud of our E.N.C. students 



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Milton L. Bunker 
Minister 

We 

Congratulate 

the 

Class of '54 

and Pledge 

Continued 

Support 

for 
E.N.C. 



KENMORE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Corner lona Ave. at N. Twelfth St. 
AKRON, OHIO 

— When in Akron Visit with Us — 




PR 
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HURCH 

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of the 
AZARENE 

oble 



OUR AIMS 

for 
NAZARENES 



Services: 9:30 Sunday School 

10:45 Morning Worship 

6:30 Youth Groups 

7:30 Evangelistic Service 

CLARENCE J. HAAS, Minister 

BUCKEYE AT MULBERRY, WARREN, OHIO 



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Jefferson Church Appreciates 

the Aggressive Spirit of Our School and 

We Pledge Her Our Support in Every Way. 





WORSHIP WITH US 



SUNDAY 






Church School 




9:15 a.m. 


Worship Hour 




10:30 a.m. 


Youth Groups 




6:30 p.m. 


N.Y.P.S. 




Velma Mahaffy 

President 


Hi-N.Y. 




Ruth Fawcett 
President 


Evangelistic Service 


7:30 p.m. 


WEDNESDAY 






Prayer and Fasting 


6:30 p.m. 


Hour of Power 




7:30 p.m. 


FRIDAY 






Cottage Prayer 


Meeting 


Pastor — L. 


L. KOLLAR 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Dawson at First 
UHRICHSVILLE, OHIO 




Jefferson 
Church 

of the 

Nazarene 

57 East 
Satin Street 



John R. Donley 
Minister 



To the Class of '54 

CONGRATULATIONS 
from 

First Church of the Nazarene 
Youngstown, Ohio 



EDWARD S. RARTON, Minister 



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D. D. Palmer 
Pastor 



GREETINGS to the E.N.C. FACULTY 

and the 

CLASS OF 1954 

First Church of the Nazarene 

CANTON, OHIO 

Third St. N.E. and Herbruck St. 



"Advancing on All Fronts" 



CONGRATULATIONS 


CONGRATULATIONS 


CLASS OF '54 


to the 




GRADUATING CLASS 


Church of the Nazarene 


of 1954 


S. Linden at E. Summit 




ALLIANCE, OHIO 


Church of the Nazarene 




Liberty Street at High 


S.S. Superintendent Lester L. Brock 


PAINESVILLE, OHIO 


N.Y.P.S. President Jerry Shook 




N.F.M.S. President Mrs. Kenneth Foley 


CLYDE B. WOOD, Minister 


J. A. RODGERS 


A Warm Welcome Always Awaits You 


Pastor 


at This Friendly Church 



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R. P. Ireland 
Minister 



We Appreciate E.N.C. and Congratulate the 
Class of '54 

Barberton Church of the Nazarene 

Hopocan at Newell St., Barberton, Ohio 

We invite you to enjoy our welcome 

THANKING GOD FOR THE PAST, 

ENJOYING GOD IN THE PRESENT, 

BELIEVING GOD FOR A GLORIOUS FUTURE. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 


"TO YOU OF '54 


ARLINGTON STREET 


We Pledge Our 




Svipport, Prayers and More" 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




Akron, Ohio 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




208 So. Canal St. 


WILLIAM R. THOMPSON, Pastor 






Newton Falls, Ohio 


Don Lewis, S.S. Superintendent 




Mrs. Lola Turner, N.F.M.S. President 


WILLIS R. SCOTT, Pastor 


Hanford Gnnnerson, X.Y.P.S. President 


Holiness Unto the Lord 




The Church where you are always welcome 


"A Live Church in a Live Toivn" 






COMPLIMENTS 

of 

West Somerville 
Church of the Nazarene 

Davis Square 

JOHN B. NIELSON, Pastor 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



SEBRING, OHIO 



Congratulations 
Class 

of 
1954 



Wholeheartedly 

Supporting 

A Whole Gospel 

For the Whole World 

Through the 

Whole Church 



GEORGE O. COLE 
Pastor 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Class of "54" 

SPRING VALLEY 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

101 N. Main Street 

Spring Valley, New York 

Pastor: RICHARD A. LEWIS 

50 North Madison Avenue 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Class of 1954 

REFORMED BAPTIST CHURCH 

Beals, Maine 




Follow peace with all men, and holiness, with- 
out which no man shall see the Lord. 

Heb. 12:14. 

REV. H. C. MULLEN, Pastor 



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Albany District 



CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



RENARD D. SMITH, District Superintendent 



CONGRATULATIONS, 
CLASS OF 54! 



District Office and Parsonage 

106 W. Warrington Road 

SYRACUSE 5, N. Y. Phone 9-0878 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



from the 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Cannon and W. Newell Streets 



SYRACUSE, N. Y. 



Where No One Is Ever a Stranger 



JOHN D. RHAME 
Minister 




LAKE AVE. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

99 Stonewood Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 



Congratulates 

her 

E.N.C Students: 

fune Thomas 
Richard Krutenat 
Malcolm Shene 
Maria Hutchins 
Florence Berry 
William Krutenat 
June Burton 



Morris E. Wilson 
Minister 



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CONGRATULATING FACULTY and STUDENTS of 1954 














































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First Church 
of the Nazarene 

187-189 Broad St. 

PLATTSBURG, N. Y. 

Phone 2510 

MERWYN D. GRAY, Pastor 
5 Morrison Avenue, Phone 1522 

"PREACHING THE WORD" 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Shirley A. Haselton 

and 

Class of 1954 

WILMINGTON 

Church of the Nazarene 

Wilmington, N. Y. 

and her E.N.C. students 

David MacPherson 

Walter Haselton 

A Welcome 

Awaits You 

in the 

Heart 

of the 

Adirondacks 

WALTER S. MaePHERSON, Sr., Pastor 




Congratulations from the 

fyikU GUwick ojf the 

Cedar and Holdridge Streets 

CUtUAd., A/&U1 l/OA-h 

STANFORD E. ERNEST, Pastor 

813 South Broadway 

Telephone 2-2124 

PARK STREET CHURCH 

Boston 

DR. HAROLD JOHN OCKENGA, Minister 

SUNDAY 

8:00 and 10:30 a.m. 
7:30 p.m. Worship Services 
9:15 a.m. Sunday School 
6:00 p.m. Christian Endeavor, Collegiate 
Club and Fellowship 

FRIDAY 

7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 



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WHEN IN TORONTO BE SURE TO VISIT 

ST. CLAIR CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

1277 St. Clair Ave. West 



"ON THE AIR" 
The St. Clair Revival Hour 

CKFH Sunday, 7-8 P.M. 



"The Only Sunday Evening Church 
Service Noio on the Air in Toronto" 




WILLIAM D. ECKEL, Minister 



ELDON B. LEHMAN, Music Director 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Ninety-First at Reed Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Everybody Comes to Niagara Falls! — Attend Services With Us While You Are Here 

SsP 



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We Congratulate the Class of 1954 — Paul S. Gilmore, Pastor 



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OUR SALUTE TO THE CLASS OF 1954 — 

WASHINGTON-PHILADELPHIA 
DISTRICT 



G. E. HUDSON 
District Treasurer 



EARL C. WOLF 

District Church School 
Chairman 




CHESTER M. WILLIAMS 

District Secretary 

MRS. NELSON HENCK 
District W.F.M.S. 
President 



ERNEST E. GROSSE 

District Superintendent 

DON R. HOFFMAN, District X.Y.P.S. President 

ADVISORY BOARD E.N.C. TRUSTEES 
A. C. McKenzie E. E. Grosse 

Earl C. Wolf Earl C. Wolf 

G. E. Hudson A. C. McKenzie 

Neel J. Price F. D. Ketner 

DISTRICT CENTER 
CAMP MEETING GROUNDS - NorLh East Maryland 

(Highway Route 40) 



Annual District Assembly 
May 20 to 22 

Annual District N.Y.P.S. Institute 
August 30 to Sept. 4 

Boys" Camp — July 5 to 9 



District Camp Meeting for 1954 
August 6 to 15 

1954 District Preachers' Convention 

October 4 to 6 at West Chester, Pa. 
Dr. G. B. Williamson, Speaker 

Girls' Camp - July 12 to 16 



District Slogan: "UNCTION FOR ACTION' 



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FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



16th and Webster Streets N.W. - Washington, D. C. 



WILLIAM C. ALLSHOUSE, Pastor 




Congratulations to Dr. Edward Mann, the Faculty 
and the Class of 1954 



A NATIONAL CENTER OF HOLINESS EVANGELISM 



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COLLINGDALE 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

MacDade Blvd. 
Collingdale, Pennsylvania 

REV. F. D. KETNER, Pastor (14th year of pastorate) 



CONGRATULATES the Class of 1954 
SUPPORTS E. N. C. - Prayers - Students - Finance 
BUILDING for a great future 

"Philadelphia's Finest Suburban Church" 



Church of the Nazarene 

R. E. ZOLLINHOFER. Pastor 



Royersford, Pa. 

5th and Washington St. 

Sunday School 9:45 

Worship 10:45 

N.Y.P.S. 6:45 

Evangelistic 7:30 




■'WE BUILD TO SERVE GOD AND YOUTH" 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Nazareth Pike and Woodlawn Avenue 
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 



To the 
Class of '54 

come the 
"best wishes 
and prayers" 

for a 

successful and 

happy life 

in Christ, 

from the 

loyal Nazarenes 

in 

Bethlehem, 

Pennsylvania 

and 

their pastor, 

A. C. McKenzie 




CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 
CLASS OF '54 

H. E. HECKERT, Minister 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



508 Oldtown Road 



Cumberland, Maryland 



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Congratulations and Best Wislies 

to the 

Class of 1954 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Wiley and Greely Sts. 
Homer City, Penna. 

Services: 

SUNDAY 

9:45 a.m. Sunday School 
10:45 a.m. Worship 
6:30 p.m. N.Y.P.S. 
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 

WEDNESDAY 
7:30 p.m. Prayer Service 
A Cordial Welcome Awaits You 

F. FRANKLYN WISE, Pastor 

26 Grant Street Homer City, Pa. 

Phone 9-2910 



CONGRATULATIONS 

CLASS OF 1954 

from 

Nazarene Young People's Society 
of the 

First Church of the Nazarene 

61b Severn Avenue 
Annapolis, Maryland 



George M. Shiflett 
Dorothy Wood 
Audrey Cleavenger 
Yvonne Moreland 



President 

Vice President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 



REV. JOHN W. MAYBURY, Pastor 
Phone Colonial 3-2183 



"CONGRATULATIONS 




to the 


CONGRATULATIONS 


GRADUATES" 

from 


from the 




First Church 


IMMANUEL CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 


of the Nazarene 


Derstine and Richardson Avenues 


COATESVILLE, 


Lansdale, Pennsylvania 


PENNSYLVANIA 


REV. NELSON G. MINK, Minister 


• 


Students: 




Robert Merki 




Paul Zeigler 


REV. ROBERT L. JONES, Pastor 


Stewart Tretz 




Eldon Rosenberger 





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Compliments of the . . . 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Penn Avenue and Locust Street 

OXFORD, PA. 




REV. EARL C. WOLF, Pastor 



S.S. Superintendent 
N.Y.P.S. President 
N.F.M.S. President 



Edward L. Sumner 

Loy Parsons 

Mrs. Nakacla Charlton 



'Where There's Always a Welcome" 



RIO GRANDE 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Route No. 9, Shore Road, 
Rio Grande, New Jersey 




100', back of E.N.C. 

J. EDMUND TURNOCK, Pastor 

Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 

Worship 11:00 a.m. 

N.Y.P.S. 7:00 p.m. 

Evangelistic Service 7:45 p.m. 

Prayer Service, Wednesday 7:45 p.m. 

"Inspiration Time" 10:15 Noon WCMC 

"When at the Seashore Visit US" 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1954 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
Pine and Freedley Streets 

Norristown, Pa. 

CHESTER M. WILLIAMS, Minister 



Donald V. Retter 
Kenneth Schubert 
Mrs. Walter Hoopes 
Mrs. Clarence Keehn 
Walter H. Hoopes 



S.S. Superintendent 

N.Y.P.S. President 

N.F.M.S. President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



'When Near Philadelphia . . . Visit Us" 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1954 

From Classmates 

Ruby Maye 

Willard Grace 

and 

West Grove, Pa. 
Church of the Nazarene 

40 Miles West of Philadelphia on Route No. 1 

For Christ and Holiness 

100% Boosters for E.N.C. 

HAROLD A. PARRY, Minister 



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CONGRATULATIONS 


CONGRATULATIONS 


CLASS OF 1954 


CLASS OF '54 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


Church of the Nazarene 


Westside Ave. and Church St. 


Bel Air, Md. 


Hagerstown, Md. 


JOHN E. NORTH, Minister 




OUR STUDENTS 


• 


Dolores Anderson 




Evelyn Good 


FRED M. HENCK, Pastor 


Mildred Tharp 




Patricia North 



CONGRATULATIONS to CLASS of '54 


CONGRATULATIONS 




Class of '54 


from 




Allentown Nazarenes 


Church of the Nazarene 




Dean and Darlington Sts. 


llth and Wyoming Sts. 
ALLENTOWN, PENNA. 


West Chester, Pa. 


L. G. GORDON, Minister 


DON R. HOFFMAN, Minister 




Vernon G. Bugh S.S. Superintendent 




Charles L. Rosenberry N.Y.P.S. President 


• Passion 


Ethel Mauger N.F.M.S. President 


A church with • Vision 


A Friendly Church in a 


• Action 


Friendly Community 



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CALVARY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Center Ave. and Fourth St., Reading, Pa. 




SUNDAY SERVICES 
Sunday Bible School 9:30 a.m. 

Worship 10:30 p.m. 

N.Y.P.S. 6:45 p.m. 

Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. 



Rev. G. Thomas Spiker 
Minister 

1209 N. 5th Street 
Reading, Pa. 

Parsonage Phone 
29890 

Church Phone 
29785 



OUR RADIO PROGRAM 

"Echoes From Calvary" 

Station WEEU, Reading, 850 on the dial 

Every Sunday morning, 8:30-9:00 

MID-WEEK SERVICE 

Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

"IN BEAUTIFUL EDMONDSON VILLAGE" 
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 

JAMES R. BELL, Pastor 




CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '54 



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N.F. M.S. Convention 

and Assembly 

July 19-23 



District Preachers' Convention 
October 18-20 



Pittsburgh District 
CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



REV. R. F. HEINLEIN, District Superintendent 



E.N.C. TRUSTEES 
R. F. Heinlein 
John Z. Andree 
Maurice R- Emery 
Robert M. Ingland 



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ADVISORY BOARD 
W. Gordon Graves 
R. B. Acheson 
Maurice R. Emery 
Robert M. Ingland 



N.Y.P.S. INSTITUTE 
AUGUST 9-14 



DISTRICT CAMP MEETING 

ALAMEDA CAMP GROUNDS 

JULY 1-11 



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COLLEGE HILL 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

3600 Fourth Ave. 

Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Wishing E.N.C. the 

Veiy Best for 1954 

and for the Years 

to Come. 



RUSSELL J. LONG, Minister 
Phone 5946 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 
CLASS OF '54 

Church of the Nazarene 

55 North Bennett St. 
BRADFORD, PENNSYLVANIA 



Church Scliool Sitpt. 
N.Y.P.S. President 
F.M.S. President 



Mr. M. Lineman 

Mrs. W. Deitz 

Mrs. F. Carpenter 



W. GORDON GRAVES, Pastor 

114 North Bennett Street 

Phone 7297 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Circleville 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
R.F.D. No. 4, Irwin, Pa. 

A friendly church 

in 

a lively, growing community 

o o o 

When crossing the Pennsylvania Turnpike, 
pause and visit us. Our church is located three 
miles from the Irwin toll gate toward Pitts- 
burgh, just off U. S. Route 30. 

REV. A. ALAN GILMOUR, Pastor 
Phone -Irwin 1867 



Prov. 3:6 

In all thy ways acknowledge him and he shall 
direct thy paths. 

BELLEVUE 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

614 Monroe Ave. 

Pittsburgh, Penn. 

REV. O. O. IRELAND, Pastor 



Nazarene Young People's Society 
800 Johnson Street 

Salisbury, Md. 

"Let no man despise thij youth" 



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YEAR AFTER YEAR . . . 




ROBERT GOSLAW 
District Superintendent 



E.N.C. Serves Our Youth, Our Church, and Our God 

. . . New York District 

sends their best youth 
and supports E. N. C. 
with all their might. 

CONGRATULATIONS to COLLEGE 

and 

STUDENT BODY! 

New York District 
Church of the Nazarene 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

108-05 95th Avenue 
RICHMOND HILL, N. Y. C, NEW YORK 

Whole-heartedlv for E. N. C. 



Congratulates Class of '54 

and 
Salutes Her Eight Students 



ROBERT J. SHOFF, Pastor 



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Kingston, New York 


New Milford 


From our small investment in E.N.C, we have 




reaped a rich harvest of blessings. 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


CONGRATULATIONS - CLASS OF 1954 


126 California Ave. 




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New Milford, N. J. 




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"We appreciate E.N.C. and our students" 




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A church that is spiritual 
A church that is growing 


FREDERICK F. FIKE, Pastor 


A church that is E.N.C. minded 


Church of the Nazarene 


• 


Wiltwyk Ave & Elmendorf St. 


R. M. HEDGES, Pastor 


Kingston, N. Y. 




CONGRATULATIONS 


COMPLIMENTS 


and 
REST WISHES 


Church 


to the 


of 


CLASS OF '54 


the 




Nazarene 


Butler Church of the Nazarene 




Kiel Ave. Butler, N. J. 


"% block off Route 46" 




H. E. McCLAIN, Pastor 


HOWARD R. OLSON, Pastor 


DOVER N. J. 



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iAST ROCK AW AY CHURCH 



Needs the facilities of a 

Christian college with high academic goals 



OUR STUDENTS THIS YEAR: 
Barbara Hemmings 
Quentin Caswell 
Eisner Pearsall 

Visit us one-quarter mile south of 
Sunrise highway on Long Island. 

FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

Ocean Ave. 

East Rockaway, L. I., N. Y. 

DONALD H. STRONG, Minister 

An E.N.C. Graduate 

LY 9-3116 




Maritime District 

A Field with a Challenge! 

CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 
CLASS OF 1954 

"We Are Saved to Serve" 

J. H. MacGREGOR, Dist. Supt. 



BOX 234 



OXFORD, N. S. 



DANBURY 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

2 Granville Ave. 

The Friendly Church 

CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1954 

and our own Vernon Morse 

Pastor, REV. GLENN M. BAUN 
49 North Street Danbury, Conn. 



Compliments 

of 
A FRIEND 



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Compliments of 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Euclid and Hampton Streets 

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 

A welcome is extended to worship with us in our newly dedicated church 
BOYD M. LONG, Pastor 



TORONTOS 



MAIN STREET 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

363 Main Street, Toronto 

A center of Holiness Evangelism in East Toronto 
Congratulations to the Class of '54 
ROBERT W. COULTER, Pastor 




Canada Central 




District 


CONGRATULATIONS 




Class of '54 


Is proud 




to be a part of the 




E.N.C. Family 






Hamilton^ Ontario 


CONGRATULATIONS 




to the 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


Faculty 


92 Ottawa St., N. 


and 




Student Body 




for 




a wonderful year 


ROBERT F. WOODS, Minister 


T. E. MARTIN, Superintendent 





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STAINED GLASS WINDOWS 

Exquisite stained glass windows 
designed and executed to suit 
the architecture of your building. 
Prices vary according to the size 
and intricacy of detail. 

Imported, antique glass and ex- 
pert craftsmanship assure unsur- 
passed beauty. Send for your 
copy of our brochure, "Stained 
Glass." 



CHURCH FURNITURE 

Our church furniture is distinctive and 
beautiful, in authentic period designs. Superb 
hand carving and expert craftsmanship make our 
communion tables, seats, pulpits and other eccle- 
siastical furnishings well suited for their high 
purpose. We can plan our arrangements to match 
your present furnishings. Send for our free 
catalogue on church furniture. 



WHITTEMORE 

Associates, Incorporated 
16 ASHBURTON PLACE 
Boston 8, Mass. 

CA 7-2150 




166 



DEWARE 

BROTHERS 

South Shore's 
Most Beautiful 

HOME FOR FUNERALS 

With 

Home-like Atmosphere 

Services Conducted 

From Our 

MEMORIAL CHAPEL 

If Desired 

Service Any Distance 

Telephone GR 2-1137 

576 Hancock St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Robert M. Deware Donald M. Deware 



167 



W. C LAHUE INC. 




GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



Lowell, Mass. 



'Except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it." 

-Psalm 127:1. 



168 



HOME 

of 

FRIENDLY SERVICE 



featuring 

Hudson Coal New England Coke 

Cities Service Fuel Oils 



GENERAL MOTORS 

DELCO-HEAT 




GENERAL /WdwW^ ELECTRIC 

HEATING VMWMSSmJ EQUIPMENT 



Burners - Boilers - Furnaces 



SHEPPARD COAL & OIL CO. 



1520 HANCOCK ST., QUINCY 



169 



7 - 1294 

Telephones, CApitol 7 - 1295 

7 - 1354 



HICKS & HODGES CO 



PURVEYORS OF FINE FOODS 



45 South Market Street 



Boston 9, Mass. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF 1954 




SXACKS • 



FELLOWSHIP 



R. W. HARDING 

Food service manager 
of E.X.C. 



YOUR DUGOUT 



170 



103 Years of 



EXPERIENCE TO HELP 



US SERVE YOU 



BETTER 



H. P. HOOD & SONS 



MILK 



• • 



CREAM 



Film Service 



Bus Tickets 




College Bookstore 

CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS OF 1954 
Student Supplies 



Bibles 



171 



Compliments of 



SEARS, ROEBUCK, and COMPANY 



L591 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 



SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE 



Compliments 
ol 

ENTERPRISE 
STORES 



Quincy, Mass. 



Your Fashion Center 



on the South Shore 




L72 



Compliments of 

THE HARRIS COMPANY 

PORTLAND, MAINE 

Ship Chandlers 

Marine Hardware 

General Hardware 



AND 



HARRIS OIL COMPANY 

General Electric - 

Heating Equipment 

Cities Service Fuel Oils 



CONGRATULATIONS 

from 


Compliments 


NOGLER FOOD PRODUCTS 


of 


Mrs. Nogler's 




Mayonnaise and Tartar Sauce 
45 Billings Rd. N. Quincy 


John Cattaneo 


G. GIOVINO COMPANY 




Established 1884 
WHOLESALE GROCERS 


ALVES PHOTO SERVICE, Inc. 


FRUITS and VEGETABLES 


14 Stores Avenue 


Tel. LA 3-5050 All Codes 


Braintree, Mass. 


19 Commercial St. Boston, Mass. 





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Telephone 
PResident 3-5089 



ROGER B. LYONS 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

For Three Generations 
Building Maintenance 



213 WEST SQUANTUM ST. 
QUINCY 71, MASS. 



Compliments of 



GR 2-8660 



BLACKER & HOLLAND LUMBER COMPANY, Inc. 

10 Newport Ave. 
North Quincy, Massachusetts 



KARL'S AUTO BODY REPAIR CO., Inc. 

Established 1920 

- INSURANCE APPRAISING 



23 Greenwood Ave. 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 



GRanite 2-8100 



DO YOU REALLY MEAN IT? 

YES, a patient with leprosy may now be treated with D.D.S., 

the parent snlphone, for one full year — cost $.82'/2 

Truly Cod is answering our prayers! 

AMERICAN LEPROSY MISSIONS, Inc. 

The cooperating agency of 61 Boards at 155 Stations in 40 countries 

Edward R. Broad, Area Secretary 

Room 602 — 14 Beacon Street — Boston 8, Mass. 

"OTHERS FIRST BLESSINGS FOLLOW" 



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ETHERELL & McCAUSLAND 

676 Hancock Street 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 

Plumbing and Heating 

Estimates Furnished GR 2-5468 



Compliments of 

EDWARD T. DWYER CONTRACTING CORP. 

Sand, Gravel, Loam and Filling 
Shovels, Bulldozers, Trucks for Rent 

55 Elmwood E. Braintree, Mass. 

Telephone - BR 2-1111 



GRANITE CITY ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. 

Wholesalers 

19 Quincy Avenue Quincy, Massachusetts 

Telephone GRanite 2-6500 

Compliments of 

T. THOMAS BOATES 

AUTOMOBILES 

Bought • Sold • Exchanged 

400 Newton Street 216 Robbins Street 

Telephone WA 5-1332 Waltham 54, Mass. 



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Your favorite household-brands of food products are 
packaged on equipment manufactured by 

PNEUMATIC SCALE CORP., Ltd. 

Quincy, Mass. 



CONGRATULATIONS 

L, ANTONELLI IRON WORKS, INC. 

Manufacturers of 

Structural Steel — Ornamental Iron 

and 

Building Specialties 

177 WILLARD ST. MAyflower 9-3600 



REST OF LUCK - SENIORS 



Johnson's Filling Station 

Incorporated 

700 Hancock Street 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 



BEACON CLEANSERS & DYERS 

"One 2)uaiity 5e™ce> c She finest" 

FUR STORAGE TAILORING 

620 Hancock St. Discount 

Wollaston 70, Mass. PR 3-7400 to Students 



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Office GR 2-1910 Home PR 3-5388 


Welok'l 




CAMERA CENTER 


ERNEST C. HATCH 


Everything for the photographer 
including helpful advice . . . 


Prescription Optician 


• 


GREETING CARDS 


Photo Equipment 


for 


Movie Equipment 


ALL OCCASIONS 


Developing and Printing Color Films 




Greeting Cards 


25 Beale St. Wollaston 


680 Hancock Street, Quincy 70, Mass. 




PResident 3-6077 





RICHARD J. GORMAN 




WHEN IN NEED OF . . . 


"The Jewelry Stare on Beale Street" 




WOLLASTON, MASS. 


Hardware Packard Paints 




^HHHU^HHBH^I :: I — J 




Kitchenware Wall Paper 








Garden Supplies Glass 




■gHE SQkT^ - ^^^^B ^^B i^A 




THE NEW MODERN STORE 




la ^^wnsidL 




"Easy Parking" 


"Jackie" Gagnon serves Doris Mattmueller 


Call GR 2-0041 


DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS 
from 60.00 up 




Hamilton WATCHES Elgin 

Parker '51 Eversharp 

Sterling: Wallace, Reed and Barton 
Heirloom, Watson, Lunt 


MacFARLAND S 

11 Brook Street Wollaston, Mass. 



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ICE CREAM 



"Made for Particular People" 

VISIT OUR DAIRY BAR 

Delicious Food — Niceh Served 
Attractive Surroundings 

Appealing Prices 

Business Men's Luncheon 

Special Dinners 

Open Daily until 7 P.M. 

Central Avenue & Eliot St., Milton 

Bluehills 8-7850 



Compliments of 



QUINCY MOTOR CO. 

South Shore's Oldest and Largest 
FORD Dealer 



85 Quiney Ave. 

Quincy, Mass. PR 3-6500 

• Service on all makes of ears • 





Agent for 


JOHN J. GALLAGHER, Inc. 


Wolverine Porcelain Roofing Tile 


Building Materials and Hardware 


NORMAN W. PEMBERTON, Inc. 

SHEET METAL WORK - SLATE 


General Offices and Main Yard 

100 Federal Avenue 


TIN and GRAVEL ROOFING 
141 Newport Ave., WoHaston, Mass. 

Office Tel. GRanite 2-5078 


Quincy, Mass. 






• 


SEE PETER AT THE 


Retail Store and Branch Yard 

North Quincy, Mass. 

Telephones 
PResident 3-2600 PResident 3-8180 


MAYFLOWER DINER 

473 Southern Artery 
Route 3, Quincy 



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NORTH QUINCY GARAGE CO. 

Duggan Brothers 


JOHN SEXTON & CO. 


131-133 Hancock Street 


Manufacturing Wholesale Grocers 


North Quincy, Mass. 


143 Needham Street 


CHEVROLET 


NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS 


Sales and Service 


Decatur 2-2220 


PR 3-1100 




DeSOTO PLYMOUTH 


Road Service Ratteries 


CARRIKER MOTOR CO. 


Mclaughlin s service 


Carrikerized Used Cars 
Service On All Makes 


610 Hancock Street 
Wollaston 


68 Washington Street 
Quincy, Mass. GR 2-4730 


"CITIES SERVICE" 


A. C. Carriker C. J. Johnston 


Tune-up GR 2-9427 



CONGRATULATIONS 

from 

DOTEN-THOMSON 

LADIES' APPAREL 

68 Billings Rd. Norfolk Downs 

Compliments of 

BETSY LEE SHOPPE 

11 Beale St. Wollaston 

GR 2-5032 

"Where Classmates Meet" 



BLACKWOOD PHARMACY 

R. DeNICOLA, Reg. Pharm., B.S., Ph.C. 

663 Hancock Street 
Wollaston Tel. PR 3-7235 



BEALE STREET PHARMACY 

Russell S. Keene, Ph.C, Mgr. 

661 Hancock, Cor. Beale St. 
WOLLASTON, MASS. 



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GR 2-0392 Telephones PR 3-2054 


WESTLAND'S 


PATTERSON'S 


SPORTING GOODS 


FLOWER STORE 


EQUIPMENT FOR EVERY SPORT 


1283 Hancock Street 


11 Revere Rd. Quincy PR 3-1133 


Quincy, Mass. 


(A stone's throw from Sears) 


WOLLASTON 


MID-TOWN RADIO SERVICE 


TAILOR AND CLEANSER 


MOTOROLA - PHILCO - ZENITH 




Prompt Service 


690 Hancock Street 


649 Hancock St. 


Wollaston, Mass. PR 3-2428 


Next to Quincy Trust Company 




Wollaston 70, Mass. 


Reduced Rate for E.N.C. Students 


(14 Years in the Same Location) 



QUINCY LUMRER CO. 

610 Southern Artery 
Quincy 69, Mass. 



We extend our cordial and sincere 

BEST WISHES 

TO THE CLASS OF '54 

WEYMOUTH GAZETTE PRESS 

Printers of Campus Camera 
WE 9-1045 

18-22 Station Street 
East Weymouth, Mass. 



C. P. GARDINER & SONS 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

Ready-Mixed Concrete 
Power Shovel Excavating 



99 Myrtle St. 



North Quincy, Mass. 



Hancock Paint 
& Varnish Co. 

53 West Squantum St. 
North Quincy 



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Congratulations from SALLY and FRANK ONTHANK 
Serving you from: 

THE DOTTIE DUNBAR LUNCH 
1054 Hancock Street, Quincy 



'For mammoth meals at low cost 

eat at 'DOTT1ES' " 

say 

Joe, Herb, Heine, and Jerry 



"Let us serve ijou 

in style," 

say 

'Vangie," "Dee," and Elsie 



CONGRATULATIONS 
from 

Wollaston Do-Nut Shoppe 17 Beale St. 

Heussi's Texaco Station 634 Hancock St. 

Wollaston Florist 679 Hancock St. 

Phil's Barber Shop Billings Road 

Carroll Cut-Rate Perfumer 19 Beale St. 

Duane Building & Wrecking Co. 600 So. Artery 



Wollaston 
Wollaston 
Wollaston 
Wollaston 
Wollaston 
Quincy 



CONGRATULATIONS 


SNOW CROP 


from 


ORANGE JUICE 


LAINE'S 


Distributed by 


Jewelry Store 


MILLER PRODUCE 

HI 2-3800 


667 Hancock St. Wollaston 




PR 3-7800 






VISIT US AT OUR 


FINEST QUALITY GIFTS 


NEW LOCATION 


Watches — Diamonds — Silverware 
Clocks — Jewelry — Wedding Rings 


QUINT S GREENHOUSES 





1187 Hancock Street 


EXPERT watch and clock repair 


Quincy, Mass. 

"Flowers Wired Anywhere" 



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WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE 
STORE 

RALPH BISSETT, Owner-Manager 

AUTO PARTS - ACCESSORIES 

SPORTING GOODS - RADIOS 

TELEVISION - MOTORS 

31 Beale St. WOLL ASTON 

MA 9-5550 


GREETING CARD SHOP 
15 Reale St. Wollaston, Mass. 

The Most Complete Line of 

Greeting Cards on the South Shore 


WHITTEMORE DURGIN 
GLASS CO. 

147 WATER STREET 
QUINCY, MASS. 

PR 3-6790 


WILLIAM J. SHEA 

12 Beale St. Wollaston, Mass. 

Real Estate and Insurance 
Realtor — Notary 


WHITNEY S HARDWARE 

417 Hancock St. Quincy 


Y.M.C.A. 

61 Washington Street 
Quincy, Mass. 



SETTLE'S GLASS CO. 


LINDA'S RESTAURANT 

Specialist In 


Washington Street 


SOUTHERN STYLE CHICKEN 


QUINCY, MASS. 


770 Gallivan Blvd. 




Neponset 9, Mass. 


LINCOLN PHARMACY 


EASTERN SHADE AND 
SCREEN CO. 


Hancock & Elm Sts. 


104 Park St. Hyannis, Mass. 


Wollaston, Mass. 


20 John Street North Quincy, Mass. 
PR 3-6889 HY 1895 


DEPENDABLE LAUNDERERS 


QUINCY TYPEWRITER SERVICE 


AND CLEANERS 


SOLD - RENTED - REPAIRED 


63 Beale St. Wollaston, Mass. 


One Maple Street 


Telephone PR 3-8922 


Quincy, Massachusetts 



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The responsibility associated 
with such a title is no 
small task. 

A College Annual without 
photographs would indeed 
be dull. 

Therefore, we have tried 
to fulfill our photographic 
assignment with the careful 
attention necessary to assure you 
a pleasant and lasting memory 
of your days at E.N.C. 



7/., HARVARD STUDIO 

Official Photographer 

from 

1Q47 through 1954 

669 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON, MASS. 



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ESPfcwuy for you... 



• The making of College Annuals 
takes far longer than you 
think. 

• The co-ordination of photography, 
art work, engraving, printing and 
binding was entrusted to our 
skilled craftsmen who have 

been making college annuals 
for nearly a quarter of a 
century. 

• Together with the staff who 
have served you so well, we too 
share in the satisfaction of 
completing this book . . . 



Especially for YOU 



Paul K- BhncnafiJ, Jnc. 

School and College Publications 
669 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON, MASS. 



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Boosters' Club 1954 



Parents wJio have contributed to the success of the NAUTILUS 



Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Russell 

Aubrey, Mr. and Mrs. Edison 

Ballard, Mrs. Gertrude 

Beaver, Mr. Ralph 

Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. 

Blake, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. 

Brake, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. 

Bray, Mr. and Mrs. Hedley 

Bye, Mr. and Mrs. Calib 

Carr, Mrs. W. D. 

Caswell, Mr. and Mrs. C. Winfield 

Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Roland 

Driggs, Mr. and Mrs. Herman 

Duncan, Mrs. Margaret 

Ellison, Mr- and Mrs. John J. 

Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. 

Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. 

Fretz, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson M. 

Gale, Mrs. Marian 

Gibson, Mrs. G. D. 

Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Everett 

Hatch, Mr. and Mrs. Leon S. 

Heinlein, Rev. and Mrs. Robert F. 

Hetmstaedter, Mrs. Olive W. 

Hersh, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 

Hesemeyer, Mr. Alfred 

Holman, Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. 

Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs. V. R. 

Insco, Mr. and Mrs- Martin 

Jessop, Rev. and Mrs. Harry E. 

John, Mr. and Mrs. Idwal 

Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. 

Kelley, Mrs. Edith M. 

Koury, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. 

Littlefield, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. 

Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. 

Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Willis G. 

McEachem, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. 

McSavaney, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. 

Merki, Mrs. Leah 

Metcalfe, Mr. and Mrs. Russell F. 

Young, Mr. 



Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. 
Mosgrove, Mr. and Mrs. 
Mullen, Rev. and Mrs. H. C. 
North, Rev. and Mrs. John E. 
Nuzum, Rev. and Mrs. D. R. 
Oddo, Mr. and Mrs. James 
Oulton, Rev. and Mrs. John 
Pankow, Mr. and Mrs. Kurt M. 
Pearce, Rev. and Mrs. N. A. 
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. George F. 
Phillips, Mrs. Ira 
Quanstrom, Mr. Roy F. 
Retter, Mrs. M. E. 
Ridgen, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. 
Riggleman, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. 
Sabean, Mr. and Mrs. 
Shea, Mr. and Mrs. R- J. 
Sheets, Mrs. Harry P. 
Skidmore, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Don F. 
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore 
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. 
Spaite, Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. 
Speakman, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 
Stein, Mr. George D. and family 
Stover, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 
Stratton, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. 
Strotman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 
Thomas, Mr. John M. 
Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. 
Towle, Mr. and Mrs. King 
Trout, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 
Walters, Mrs. Delia 
Wampler, Mr. and Mrs. Ray R. 
Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 
Welch, Miss Marjorie 
Whitehead, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. 
Williams, Mrs. Arthur 
Woodward, Rev. and Mrs. George P. 
Young, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. 
Thomas 



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DIRECTORY 



FACULTY 



Akers, Charles W. 243 Marlboro St, Wollaston, Mass. Lechner, Hadrian 



Babcock, William J. 
Blaney, Esther 
Blaney, Harvey J. S. 
Bradley, Carroll 
Brown, William 



Cameron, James 
Cameron, Ruth 
Cove, Edith F. 



B 

'. 114 Willet St., 

65 Phillips St. 

65 Phillips St., 

23 E. Elm Ave., 

53 Sterling St., 



Wollaston, Mass. 

Wollaston, Mass. 

Wollaston, Mass. 

Wollaston, Mass. 

Wollaston, Mass. 



21 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
21 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
124 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 



Mann, Edward S. 
Marple, Olive B. 
Mullen, Wilbur H. 
Munro, Bertha 

Naylor, Jasper R. 
Nease, Christine 
Nease, Madeline 
Nease, Stephen 



23 Ebbet Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

M 

41 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

100 Quincy Ave., E. Braintree, Mass. 

30 Copley St., Wollaston, Mass. 

90 Franklin St., Wollaston, Mass. 

N 

97 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. 

57 Ellington Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

92 Franklin St., Wollaston, Mass. 

57 Ellington Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 



Delp, George J. 21 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Dixon, Wallace C. 230 Walnut St., Braintree, Mass. 

Dodge, Herbert 23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Dohanian, Diran 52 Cedar St., West Somerville, Mass. 
Dygoski, Louise A. 9 Landers Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 



9 Landers Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 



Osterhaut, Esther 



100 Fenno St., Wollaston, Mass. 



Gery, Frank W. 
Goodnow, Edith P. 

1 58 Waterston Ave 
Goodnow, Kent 158 Waterston Ave 
Gould, J. Glenn 29 Dunbarton Rd 
Groves, Vernon T. 98 Phillips St 



Harris, Mary K. 
Hunting, Ward M. 



H 

90 Franklin Ave. 
74 Willow St. 



Wollaston, Mass. 

Wollaston, Mass. 

Wollaston, Mass. 

Wollaston, Mass. 



Wollaston, Mass. 
Wollaston, Mass. 



Parsons, Roland 10 Grandview Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



Rothwell, Helen F. 21 

Rothwell, Mel-Thomas 

21 



Bromfield St., 
Bromfield St., 



Wollaston, 
Wollaston, 



Schlosser, Claude C. 58 Davis St., Wollaston, 

Shrader, James H. 30 Copley St., Wollaston, 

Skinner, Barbara 115 Marlboro St., Boston, 

Smith, Timothy 84 Elm Ave., Wollaston, 
Soteriades, Evangelos 

105 Willow Ave., Wollaston, 

Spangenberg, Alice 22 Gay St., Quincy, 



Mass. 
Mass. 

Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 

Mass. 
Mass. 



Jessop, Harry 



Kauffman, Alvin 
Knowles, J. Henry 



Intercession, Fla. 



123 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. 
21 Fuller St., Brookline, Mass. 



Taylor, William A. 



51 Empire St., Quincy, Mass. 



W 

Washburn, Alma R. 34 Thornton St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Williamson, Esther D. 98 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Willwerth, Paul I. 72 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. 



COLLEGE 



Adams, Betty J. 
Adams, Bonnie M. 
Aqwada, Vincent C. 
C.M.S. Awalta 



Box 251, Twin Rocks, Pa. 
Box 251, Twin Rocks, Pa. 

Ikedinu, Ikedinu Owerin, Nigeria, 
W. Africa 
332 Bernstein St., Ft. Bragg, N. C. 



Akashi, Yoji 
Albright, Dexter W. 

503 Old Annapolis Rd., Marley Park, Md. 
Allen, Charles E. Bowdoinham, Maine 

Allen, John W. 165 S. Morris St., Dover, N. J. 

Anderegg, Donna Lee Route No. 1, Uhrichville, Ohio 
Anderson, Bryant, T. 

Highland & South Sts., South Easton, Mass. 
Anderson, R. Dolores Rocks, Md. 

Anderson, Richard J. 19 N. Basset Rd., Brockton, Mass. 
Armstrong, Doreen M. 

628 Beresford Ave., Toronto, Ont. 
Ashline, Beverly J. West Chazy, N. Y. 

Aubrey, George C. Champlain, N. Y. 

Austin, Dorothy M. Gillett, Pa. 

B 

Baker, James E. 1 1 Patterson St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Bambling, Ronald H. 222 Junhata St., Boswell, Pa. 



Banker, Louise M. 

Stop 43, Troy-Schenectady, Watervliet, N. Y. 
Basham, Robert A. Hollywood, Md. 

Bass, Evelyn M. 

Chestnut St. Place, E. Longmeadow, Mass. 
Beaver, Norma D. 46 Green St., Souderton, Pa. 

Bedor, Mervin A. 21 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Benner, Thelma J. 592 N. Howard St., Akron, Ohio 

Bergers, Jay A. R.D. 1, Box 260A, McKees Rocks, Pa. 
Biggs, Doris E. 20 Hamden Circle, Wollaston, Mass. 

Blachly, Samuel D. Pittsfield, Maine 

Blaisdell, Beverly L. 1 1 Middle St., Augusta, Maine 

Blake, Evelyn T. R-l, Box 164, Manchester, N. H. 

Blaney, David H. 65 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Bock, \/era M. 421 E. King St., Shippensburg, Pa. 

Bonner, Patricia L. Box 146, Atlasburg, Pa. 

Bonnette, Shirley A. 144 Harmar St., Marietta, Ohio 

Booth, Don A. 

Gardendale, Goddis St., E. Liverpool, Ohio 
Boshart, Marcia Ann 516 Fulton St., Carthage, N. Y. 
Boshart, Mary Ellen 516 Fulton St., Carthage, N. Y. 

Bown, Rebecca J. 426 Pusey Ave., Collingdale, Pa. 

Bradley, Robert W. 247 Beacon St., Lowell, Mass. 

Brake, Harold M. 5201 Samuel Ave., Ashtabula, Ohio 
Bray, Ruth I. Princeton Rd., Fitchburg, Mass. 



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Briggs, Robert J. 
Brooks, Howard N. 
Brown, Doris E. 
Brown, Mabel S. 
Buell, Marvin L. 
Burch, Ottiwell R. 

Mullet Bay, 
Burdett, Ann C. 
Burgess, Ellen M. 
Burkhart, Paul R. 
Burley, John 
Burt, Beverly E. 
Burton, June 1 358 
Butts, Kathleen M. 
Bye, Harley E. 
Bye, Mildred M. 



Fayson Lakes, N. J. 

Altona, N. Y. 

Three Springs, Pa. 

Cranberry, Westminster, Md. 

Miltonvale, Kansas 

Wellington, St. George's, Bermuda 

Hannibal, N. Y. 

1 Percy Place, Cambridge, Mass. 

17 Holmes St., N. Quincy, Mass. 

Route 1, Box 81, Hyndman, Pa. 

R.D. No. 2, Catawissa, Pa. 

Island Cottage Rd., Rochester, N. Y. 

Route No. 1, Waynesburg, Ohio 

Annan, Ontario 

R.R. No. 1, Annan, Ontario 



Caldwell, Charles E. 99 Francis Ave., Pawtucket, R. I. 
Carlson, John S. 102-06 Remington St., Jamaica, N. Y. 
Casler, Donna Lee 25 Cedar St., Warren, Pa. 

Caswell, Quentin C. 21 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Chambers, J. Weston Port Elizabeth, N. J. 



265 Cass Ave., Woonsocket, R. I. 
Church St., Kingfield, Maine 



Margaretville, 

Fulling Mill Rd., Villas, 

108 Maple Ave., Odessa, 

341 Firestone Ave., Akron, 



N. Y. 
N. J. 
N. Y. 
Ohio 



Rd., R.D. No. 1, Poland, Ohio 



Chandler, Ada S. 
Chase, Sarah F. 
Christensen, Tom 
Church, Barbara I. 
Clark, Alice Jeanne 
Claytor, Charlotte P 
Clingerman, Doris I. 

Calla 
Clingerman, Quentin S. 

Calla Rd., R.D. No. 1, Poland, Ohio 
Coghill, Isabel 246 Chisholm Ave., Toronto, Ontario 
Cogswell, Howard L. 16 Brown St., Fort Fairfeld, Maine 
Coller, David J. Box 223, Greensboro, Pa. 

Collins, Phyllis A. Route 1, Box 666K, Annandale. Va. 
Cook, Stanley D. 167 Ferry St., Maiden, Mass. 

Copeland, Marie E 



R.F.D 
Correa, Silas C. 
Corrie, Millie V. 
Costley, John R. 75 

Couchenour, James R. 
Cousins, Ivan E. 
Cove, Iris L. 
Cramer, John S. 
Crandall, Francis 
Crew, Robert W. 
Crouse, Wilfred N 
Crum, Robert A. 
Crutcher, R. Keith 
Culver, Fred O. 



No. 3, Box 93, Portsmouth, Va. 
21 Haskell St., Brockton, Mass. 
Broad Top City, Pa. 
41st St., Hamilton, Ontario 
Box 231, Waterford, Pa. 
182 Sawyer St., S. Portland, Maine 
133 W. Springfield St., Boston, Mass. 
R.D. No. 2, Homer City, Pa. 
G. 36 Gordon St., Quincy, Mass. 

291 Ivy Place, Akron, Ohio 
64 Madison Ave., Westminster, Md. 
202 W. 10th St., Mt. Carmel, III. 
5 Orleans St., Quincy, Mass. 
205 Boon Ave., Toronto, Ontario 
Cunningham, Cloyce C. 

743 Rudolph Ave., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 



Daniels, David T. 

R.R. N 
Davis, Phyllis A. II 
Deem, JoAnn 8th 

Delp, Abbie-Jean 
Dinsmore, Dorothy L. 
Dodge, Herbert V. 
Dorothy, Carole Joy 
Driggs, Donna Lee 
Duncan, Joseph W. 
Dunlop, Roland E. 
Duvall, Margaret I. 



o. 3, Hannon, Hamilton, Ontario 

Leland Rd., Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Ave., LaCroft, E. Liverpool, Ohio 

21 West Elm, Wollaston, Mass. 

41 Bromfield, Wollaston, Mass., 

610 E. Main St., Lancaster, Ohio 

Childwold, N. Y. 

1246 E. 22nd St., Erie, Pa. 

1820 Fifth, Oakland, Calif. 

R.F.D. No. 4, Skowhegan, Maine 

R.D. No. 2, Columbiana, Ohio 



Eby, Grace N. 
Edwards, Wavne A. 
Eller, Oscar H. 
Ellison, Wilbur L. 



2830 NW 19 Ave., Miami, Fla. 

84 S. Main St., Danielson, Conn. 

1150 Shaffer St., Johnstown, Pa. 

Dobson Ave., Rockville, Conn. 



Fehr, Helen M. 144-54 Jewel Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Ferguson, Margaret B. R.D. No. 1, Sprakers, N. Y. 



Fields, Earline A. 
Fleming, Betty L. 
Flick, Lois E. 
Foss, Marilyn E. 
Fox, James D. 
Frederick, Joyce L. 
Fretz, Stewart B. 
Friend, John T. 



Grove St., Upton, Mass. 

143 Liberty St., Westminster, Md. 

R.D. No. 2, Butler, Pa. 

39 High St., Livermore Falls, Maine 

Marshallville, Ohio 

R.F.D. No. 1, Limestone, N. Y. 

Koffels, R.D. No. 1, Lansdale, Pa. 

Acosta, Pa. 



Gale, Ramona H. 377 Water St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Gardiner, Ruth M. 89 Myrtle St., Waltham, Mass. 

Garlow, Carolyn J. 110 Reeves Ave., Fairmont, W. Va. 
German, Paul R. 301 Urban Ave., Norwood, Pa. 

Gerrish, Marilyn J. 1 18 Middle St., Lisbon Falls, Maine 
Gershon, Patsy A. 

434 N. Menard Ave., Chicago, Illinois 
Gery, Blanche A. 100 N. Sproul Rd., Broomall, Pa. 

Gery, Ray C. 628 Hibbard, Collingdale, Pa. 

Gibbs, Kenneth L. R.D. No. 4, New Philadelphia, Ohio 
Gibson, Patricia J. 103 N. 47th St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

Gidney, Janice A. Chestnut Hill Rd., Orange, Mass. 

Giles, Joyce G. Route 3, Skowhegan, Maine 

Glennie, John I. 1 1 Lincoln St., Merrimac, Mass. 

Good, Evelyn G. Rocks, Md. 

Goodale, Eleanor B. 96 Cedar St., Bangor, Maine 

Goodnow, Elizabeth J. 

158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Goodwin, Hazel L. 64 Oak Rd., Norwood, Mass. 

Grace, Willard C. Prospect Ave., West Grove, Pa. 

Green, Donald L. Whiteford, Md. 

Green, James E. 2626 Madison St., Chester, Pa. 

Gressett, George Lee 

1307 58th Ave., S.E. Washington, D. C. 
Grindrod, Norman S. 

30 Welcome St., New Bedford, Mass. 
Grosse, David G. 528 Baer Ave., Hanover, Pa. 



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6 Buckeye St., N.W., Warren, Ohio 

82 Webster St., N. Quincy, Mass. 

22 Greenleaf PL, Wollaston, Mass. 

22 Greenleaf PI., Wollaston, Mass. 

9256 S. Loomis, Chicago, III. 

1 147 W. Walnut St., Shamokin, Pa. 

R.F.D. No. 2, Greenwood, Del. 

61 Holmes St., N. Quincy, Mass. 

61 Holmes St., N Quincy, Mass. 

Bridgewater, Maine 

45th St., Miami, Fla. 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Wilmington, N. Y. 



51 N.W. 
5th Ave. 



Haas, Clyde H. 9 
Halberg, Allen S. 
Hall, Elva B. 
Hall, Gordon D. 
Hamlin, Sandra L. 
Hancock, Sylvia T. 
Handloser, Rose R. 
Hardin, Rachel A. 
Hardin, William D. 
Harding, Donald G. 
Harris, Lila R. 
Harvey, Frank E. 1616 
Haselton, Shirley A. 
Hassell, Merwyn L. 

204-15-104 Avenue Hollis, New York, N. 
Hathaway, John A. R.F D. No. 

Hauck, Richard F. 

65 Richmond Hill, 
Hayford, Catherine M. 

249 Wessagusseh Rd., N. Weymouth, Mass. 
Heaton, Kenneth G. 34 Norman Ave., Toronto, Ontario 
Hedges, Ora L. 85 West St., Spring Valley, N. Y. 

Heinlein, Richard B. R.D. No. 7, Butler, Pa. 

Helmstaedter, Eleanor M. 

Town Hill Road, New Hartford, Conn. 
Hemmings, Barbara L. 

1220 Oceanview Rd., Lynbrook, N. Y. 
Henck, Grace E. R.D. No. 3, West Chester, Pa. 

Henck, Sam H. Darlington, Md. 

Henderson, Henry J. Brownville. N. Y. 

Henry, DeLysle L. 13 Boone St., Cumberland, Md. 

Hersh, Robert A. 930 E. Hamilton St., Allentown, Pa. 
Hesemeyer, Alfred A. 162 Harmon, Brooklyn, N Y. 

Hodgkiss, John A. R.D. No. 1, Scottdale, Pa. 



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Howard, Edgar R. 
Huff. Gerald E. 
Hunting, Roberta 
Hutchins, Marie E. 
Hysong, Wayne E. 



R.F.D. No. 1, Rockville, Conn. 

123 Beach St., Wollaston, Mass. 

121 Centre St., New Milford, N. J. 

74 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Tahawus, N. Y. 

217 E. End Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



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Ibecheole, Raymond 

c o Chief Ibecheole Ekeocha, Owerri, Nigeria 
Insco, Janice E. 1 1 1-42-202 St., Hollis, N. Y. 

Insco, Merilyn R. 1 1 1-42-202 St., Hollis, N. Y. 

Ireland, Rachel I. Box 342, Griswold, Iowa 

Irwin, James S. 1150 Greenfield Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

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Jackson, Doris E. South Hero, Vermont 

Jackson, Gilbert J. 131 Front St., Weymouth, Mass. 

Jarvis, Richard W. R.D. No. 3, New Philadelphia, Ohio 
John, Aldine M. 777 Adams St., Gary, Indiana 

Johnson, R. David 124 Leora Akron, Ohio 

Johnson, Esther A. 

R. No. 3, Delmar Rd., Salisbury, Md. 
Johnson, Helen I. 2434 23rd St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
Jones, Ada D. 9 Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Jones, Lois J. R.D. No. 1, Prospect, Pa. 

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Keffer, Ruth V. 

135 12th St. N.E., New Philadelphia, Pa. 
Kehm, Joan M. 1810 Railroad St., Carnegie, Pa. 

Keim, Kenneth T. 326 Church St., Royersford, Pa. 

Kelly, Doris L. 1 Davis St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Kelley, Frank O. Indian Neck Rd., Branford, Conn. 

Kelley, Geraldine E. 

418 Pleasant St., Box 205, Milton, Mass. 
Kelley, Gloria E. 48 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Kelvington, William H. 

2738 Glenmaur Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Kereluik, Donald 91 Fourth Ave., Ottawa, Ontario 

Kern, Robert L. N Walnut St., Bath, Pa. 

Ketner, Jerrold W. 

212 MacDade Blvd., Collingdale, Pa. 
Kidd, Hylda M. Route 3, Canfield, Ohio 

Kirtz, Jeanne A. Middlebrook Star Route, Staunton, Va. 
Kittle, Joseph A. 14 Norwood St., Everett, Mass. 

Knight, Paul F. 330V2 S. Union Ave., Alliance, Ohio 
Kohr, Charles A. 1 Willet St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Kohr, Mark H R.F.D. 2, Box 172B, Lebanon, Pa. 

Kosty, Anthony F. 1125 New York Ave., Hellerton, Pa. 
Kottis, Gregory A. 62 Douglas St., Uxbridge, Mass. 

Koury, Anthony 

895 Quincy Shore Blvd., Wollaston, Mass. 
Krutenat, Richard C. Covell Rd., Brockport, N. Y. 

Krutenat, William A. Covell Rd., Brockport, N. Y. 

Kyer, Ruth E. 224 W. Riddle Ave., Rayenna, Ohio 



Lamie, Ernest W. 71 Langdon Ave., Watertown, Mass. 
Landers, Earle W. Yarmouth, Nova Scotia 

Landers, Robert E. 

Sandford, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia 
Lantz, Donald J. 58 Wheatland, Boston, Mass. 

Lantz, Gloria E. 58 Wheatland Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 
Larrabee, Joseph C. Box 212, Bath, Maine 

Larsen, Robert B. 940 NW 22nd Court, Miami, Fla. 

Laudermilk, James 

1931 E. Bailey Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
Laudermilk, William 

1931 E. Bailey Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
Laurie, Maurice D., Jr. 51 Prospect St., Newburgh, N. Y. 
Lechner, Mary Margaret 

23 Ebbett Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Lehto, Richard M. 10 Valley St., Ashtabula, Ohio 

Lewis, Margaret J. 1501 Mohegan Dr., Akron, Ohio 



Little, Jane E. Willow House, Wollaston, Mass. 

Littlefield, Ann 17 Morris Ave., Bristol, Conn. 

Lockwood, Nancy H. 15 Brcmfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Long, Eleanor A. R.D. No. 1, Box 166, Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Loomis, Ruth A. 2222 S. Freedom, Alliance, Ohio 

Lovejoy, Frank E. R.F.D. No. 3, Waterville, Maine 

Lovely, Alice O. R.F.D. Box 152, N. Attleboro, Mass. 
Lynch, Robert L. 

1818 Oakridge Drive., Charleston, W. Va. 
Lyon, Walter K. 692 Pleasant St., E. Weymouth, Mass. 

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MacCracken, Jack A. 193 Pine St., Wollaston, Mass. 
MacDonald, Robert M. 

33 Newton Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
MacMahon, Kent L. 190 Main St., Yarmouth, Maine 
MacMillan, D. Fred 

Alberton, R.R. No. 1, Prince Edward Island, Canada 
MacNeil, Donald W. 

179 Magnolia St., Dorchester, Mass. 
MacNeill, Beverly Ann 

38 Essex St., Cambridge, Mass. 
MacPherson, David L. Box 119, Wilmington, N. Y. 

McCallum, Charles J. 68 Albertina St., Quincy, Mass. 
McCloy, James Davis Ave., Brookline, Mass. 

McEachern, Alice Carolyn 

1522 Valencia Ave., Pasadena, Calif. 
McKenzie, Ethel Anne 

1530 Nazareth Pike, Bethlehem, Pa. 
McSavaney, David H. 20 Maxwell St., Dorchester, Mass. 

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Mack, Doris M. R.F.D. No. 3, Nazareth, Pa. 

Malony, Ethlyre M. Wileyford, W. Va. 

Mann, Edward F. 41 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Mann, George B. 29 Raymond Ave., Somerville, Mass. 
Mantha, George H. 

1080 Boulevard, W. Hartford, Conn. 
Marsh, Orman D. 87 Kinnear Ave., New Britain, Conn. 
Martin, Shirley Ann 14032 Ohio Ave., Detroit, Mich. 
Mattmueller, Donald R. 5015 6th St., N., Arlington, Va. 
Mattmueller, Doris G. 5015 6th St., N., Arlington, Va. 
May, Carol B. 9518 108th St., New York, N. Y. 

Maye, Ruby C. Landenberg, Pa. 

Mayes, Minnie M. 311 S. Dorcas St., Lewiston, Pa. 

Merki, Robert T. 433 Perkiomen Ave., Lansdale, Pa. 
Merriman, D. Jean 317 Worth St., Corry, Pa. 

Merritts, Marjorie H. 140 N. Clinton St., Carthage, N. Y. 
Metcalfe, Russell F. 954 Aberdeen, Akron, Ohio 

Metcalfe, Ruth Ann 954 Aberdeen, Akron, Ohio 

Mickel, Ronald E. Alum Bank, Pa. 

Miller, Rayma M. 230 Dewey Ave., Lancaster, Ohio 

Miller, Robert G. 30 Northfield Ave., Quincy, Mass. 
Miller, Ronald G. 27 Grant St., Union City, Pa. 

Milstead, Barbara J. 

51 1 Tennessee Ave., NE., Washington, D. C. 
Moberg, Richard G. 41 Brockton Ave., Quincy, Mass. 
Montemuro, Ralph 1247 Bermuda St., Clearwater, Fla. 
Moore, Myrtle G. P.O. Box 319, Windsor, Nova Scotia 
Moore, Vaunda F. Oxford, Nova Scotia 

Moron, Jean E. 115 Temple St., Owego, N. Y. 

Morehead, Jeanette L. 

456 Grandview Ave., Barberton, Ohio 
Mori, John M. 

229 Tamagawa Oyama-cho, Setagaya-Ku, 

Tokyo, Japan 
Morse, Vernon C. 14 Nichols St., Danbury, Conn. 

Mosbaugher, Dorothy J. R.D. No. 1, Avonmore, Pa. 

Mosgrove, Phyllis A. 

S.O.M. Center Rd., Willoughby, Ohio 
Mosgrove, Ralph W. 

S.O.M. Center Rd., Willoughby, Ohio 
Mosgrove, Ronald G. 

S.O.M. Center Rd., Willoughby, Ohio 
Mucci, Dallas D. Box 42, Lucerne Mines, Pa. 

Mullen, Bernard A. Beals, Maine 



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Mullen, Ethel R. Box 37, Beals, Maine 

Mullen, Walter E. Easton, Digby County, Nova Scotia 

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Neal, Alden H. 4 Park St., Saugus, Mass. 

Nickerson, Vernon R. 

50 Longwood Ave., Taunton, Mass. 
Norman, Helen Ruth 

4194-40th Place, Hyattsville, Md. 
North, Patricia Ann Conowingo Rd., Belair, Md. 

Nuzum, Lois Jean 650 Elma St., Akron, Ohio 



Odde, Frances M. Pettibone Rd., Solon, Ohio 

O'Donnell, Charles John 419 E. 2nd St., Lockport, III. 
Oulton, Carol Esther Swans Island, Minturn, Maine 

Oxenford, Frank Harvey 

169 Pleasant St., Brockton, Mass. 



Randall, Frank Edgar 3 Allston Court, Cambridge, Mass. 
Ray, Allen Glen 914 Hickory St., Roaring Spring, Pa. 
Reed, Richard Franklin 

68 Ferdinand St., Melrose, Mass. 
Richards, Dawn Marilyn Acton Center, Concord, Mass. 
Rickert, Else Lorraine 

427 Main St., Manchester, Conn. 
Rigden, John Saxby 

1103 Madison Ave., Painesville, Ohio 
Riggleman, Gerald 299 W. Fifth St., Mansfield, Ohio 
Roberts, Dorothy Leora 502 Market St., Scottdale, Pa. 
Rogers, Coleman Arthur 

12 Day St., South Portland, Maine 
Romao, Joshua Oswald Georgetown, British Guiana 
Rose, Abram L. 45 Hempstead Rd., Spring Valley, N. Y. 
Rowe, David Stanley 

R.F.D. No. 2, Spring Rd., Augusta, Maine 
Rudden, Gordon Crawford 

19 W. Chestnut St., Brockton, Mass. 
Rudolph, Wylie Cleveland 

102 Prospect, Gloucester, Mass. 
Rugg, Floyd W. 10 Grand View Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Rundlett, Paul William 

32 Burnside Ave., Somerville, Mass. 
Russell, Rose Marie 

1325 N. Hamlin Dr., Ashtabula, Ohio 



St. Pierre, Jeanne R. 185 Fays Ave., Lynn, Mass. 

Sabean, John A. 2 Chamberlain Ave., Brunswick, Maine 
Sanford, Nancy Ellen Box 745, Robertson, Mo. 

Schlosser, Jane C. 68 Davis St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Schnepf, Donald Roger 

124 Henry St., Valley Stream, N. Y. 
Schweickert, Theresa Elizabeth 

Box 198 Webster Park, Spring Valley, III. 
Scott, Susie Janette 11920 N.E. 11 PI., Miami, Fla. 

Sever, William W. 42 W. 26th St., Hialeah, Fla. 

Sheets, James Andrew Route 1, Clarksville, Pa. 

Shene, Malcolm Herbert Vermontville, N. Y. 

Shields, Betty June R.D. No. 6, Irwin, Pa. 

Shinault, D. Janet 35148 Sheffield, Wayne, Mich. 

Shook, Gerald Edward R.D. No. 3, Louisville, Ohio 

Sipes, John Alan 25 So. Elm Ave., Aldan, Pa. 

Skidmore, Louis Thomas 

951 Ambrose Ave., East Liverpool, Ohio 
Skillings, Constance Ann Steep Falls, Maine 

Skillings, Nola Mae Sleep Falls, Maine 

Slater, Eleanor Ann 

20 Chickatawbut St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Sloan, William George 

40 Stetson, East Weymouth, Mass. 
Smeraglia, Beverly 114-36 211 St., St. Albans, N. Y. 
Smeraglia, Charles John 

8905 183rd St., Long Island, N. Y. 
Smith, Alan Dewan 

R.F.D., No. 3, Box 343, Cumberland, Md. 



Leesburg, Va. 

East Corinth, Maine 

15 Read Ave., Westwood, Mass. 



Smith, Anne Wright 
Smith, Carroll David 
Smith, Cynthia Ann 
Smith, Donald Wilson 

2613 St. Clair Ave., East Liverpool, Ohio 
Smith, Faith Arlene 

329 S. Central Ave., Canonsburg, Pa. 
Smith, Kenneth Edward Box 105, Homer City, Pa. 

Smith, M. Catherine 

2135 Harman Ave., Baltimore 30, Md. 
Smith, Sterling I. Star Route, Newport, Maine 

Smith, Evangeline 

816 Maple Ave., N.W., New Philadelphia, Ohio 
Smith, Virginia Ruth 6 Forbush Ave., Quincy, Mass. 
Spaite, Georgiana P.O. Box 255, East Palestine, Ohio 
Speakman, Earl Wayne 755 N. 15th St., Sebring, Ohio 
Stanford, Irving Laura Trenlon, N. S., Canada 

Starnes, Thomas C. Bethel, Del. 

Steninger, Jane Alice Valley St., Rockhill, Furnace, Pa. 
Stetson, Joan Alice 

52 Westminster St., Springfield, Mass. 
Stewart, Victor, Jr. 180 Pearl St., Brockton, Mass. 

Stiles, Fred Melvin Myla Park, Ebensburg, Pa. 

Stillman, Herman Theodore 

3046 Grasmere Ave., Columbus 11, Ohio 
Stotler, Sara Joyce Boswell, Pa. 

Stover, Glen Edward 

3410 Hudson Dr., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
Stratton, Joan Marie 44 Garden St., Manchester, Conn. 
Straw, Albert Wayland 

739 Broadway, Haverhill, Mass. 
Strotman, Juanita Pauline 

27 Melvin Ave., Bradford, Pa. 
Studley, Mary Francena 

25 Maverick St., Rockland, Me. 
Sullivan, Robert Edward 

36 North Westmoreland Ave., Orlando, Fla. 
Sunberg, Thelma Roberts 502 Market St., Scottdale, Pa. 
Sunberg, William John 514 W. Penn St., Butler, Pa. 
Sutton, Naomi June Arbovale, W. Va. 

Sweigart, Clarence Eugene R.D. No. 2, Ephrata, Pa. 



Tattrie, Howard Mathew Springhill, Nova Scotia 

Taylor, Charles Raymond Louisville, Ohio 

Taylor, Ralph Edward R.D. No. 5, Waynesburg, Pa. 

Tharp, Mildred Lee New Park, Pa. 

Thomas, June 9 Lopham St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Thorpe, Raymond Eugene Virginia Ave., Warren, Ohio 
Thorpe, Shirley Daum 

Reeves R.D.M.C. 56, Warren, Ohio 
Tikasingh, Ancel Jagtit 

45 Panco Lane, San Fernando, Trinidad, B.W.I. 
Trout, Waveline 294 Norton Ave, Barberton, Ohio 

Truitt, Shirley Ann 711 Smith St., Salisbury, Md. 

Tubbs, Walter Douglas Fleischmann's, N. Y. 

Twining, Emerson 14 Madison Ave., Ravena, N. Y. 

Tysinger, Freida Rebecca Wiley Ford, W. Va. 



Van Dyke, Geraldine 



Riverdale, N. J. 



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Wade, Shirley Ruth 4 Essex St., Greenwood, Mass. 

Wagner, Charlotte A. East Wilton, Me. 

Wagner, Edgar John R.F.D. No. 4, Westminster, Md. 
Wagner, Norma F. East Wilton, Me. 

Wamoler, James Rav 1546 E. 45 St., Cleveland, Ohio 
Wakefield, Albert Chester, Jr. 

24 Kenwood Ave., Saugus, Mass. 
Wakefield, Charles William 

24 Kenwood Ave., Saugus, Mass. 
Wanner, Lawrence Dale 

116 N. Main St., Spring City, Pa. 
Wanner, Robert Irvin 

1 16 N. Main St., Spring City, Pa. 



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Ward H. Blair, Jr. 239 Harriet, South Portland, Me. 

Watkins, Shirley Ann 516 So. 15th St., Sebring, Ohio 
Waugh, Galen C. 109 N. Middle St., Skowhegan, Me. 
Webb, Donna Claudine 

591 N. Howard St., Akron, Ohio 
Weischedel, Gail Mae 

Glen Riddle Rd., Media, R.D. No. 2, Pa. 
Wenger, Fred Godfrey 10 Watkins St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Wetmore, A. Gordon 8 Hallam St., Toronto, Ont. 

Wetzel, Naomi Esther Lavelle, Pa. 

White, Herbert Mark 21 Western Ave., Saugus, Mass. 
Whitehead, William Odell 

2610 Pecan Dr., Fayetteville, N. C. 
Williamson, Joe Crawford 

204 W. 68 Ter., Kansas City, Mo. 
Williamson, Maylou Mary 

204 W. 68 Ter., Kansas City, Mo. 
Wilson, Ella Mae 6 Fairway Rd., Baltimore, Md. 

Wilson, Norma Gladys Albin St., Trenton, Nova Scotia 
Withrow, Dick A. 302 N. Hackley, Muncie, Indiana 

Witte, Curtis Richard R.D. No. 1, Canal Fulton, Ohio 
Woodbridge, Walter Ralph 

R.F.D. No. 2, Ogdensburg, N. Y. 



Woodward, Mary Priscilla 

201 N. Warren Ave., Columbus, Ohio 
Wooster, Tyler S. 

Fisk St., R.F.D. No. 1, Chelmsford, Mass. 
Wright, Beverly Narcissa 

319 Conewago St., Middletown, Pa. 
Wycoff, Beatrice M. 3034 Merwyn Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Yeager, William C. 

Yencso, Jean D. 
Yoder, C. Marie 
Younce, Beryl Lee 
Young, Gordon M 
Young, James R. 
Young, Roger S 



343 Rosebank Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

1 19 Rose Drive, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

345 Bickley Rd., Glenside, Pa. 

Box 145, Marietta, Ohio 

58 Cheriton Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

29 Reba Ave., Mansfield, Ohio 

58 Cheriton Rd., Woilaston, Mass. 



Young, Winifred Jr. 49 Russell Ave., Watertown, Mass. 



Zeigler, Paul C. 
Ziegler, Gladys J. 



527 Chestnut St., Lansdale, Pa. 
R.D. No. 1, Collegeville, Pa. 



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Altic, Lois E. R.D. No. 2, Bradford, Pa. 

Babcock, Harold M. 114 Willet St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Bowman, Samuel J. Essex Junction, Vermont 

Buckman, Fannie M. Bethel, Maine 

Carr, Hazel L. 3289 Cottage Grove Rd., Akron, Ohio 
Carr, Helen L. 3289 Cottage Grove Rd., Akron, Ohio 
Croley, Ruth E. 9A Landers Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

Eby, Mildred H. 2830 N.W. 19th Ave., Miami, Fla. 

Goodnow, Margaret A. 

158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Haselton, Walter L. Wilmington, N. Y. 

Jones, Paul J. 2082 W. Main St., Norristown, Pa. 



Mann, Merritt H. 
Mann, Robert W. 
Nelson, Keith L. 
Pearce, Carlton J. 
Peoples, Douglas 
Pitt, Mary E. W. 
Scott, Martha 1 

Shea, Dorothy 
Stead, Eileen M. 
Stein, Luine 
Stetson, Harold A 
Williams, Roy B. 



41 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

41 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

426 Cumming Ave., Superior, Mich. 

Elmira St., Valencia, Pa. 

Box 168, Sishkill, N. Y. 

Clarkstown Rd., Spring Valley, N. Y. 

319 Hanover St., W. Hanover, Mass. 

48 Fairfield St., New Haven, Conn. 

Box 55, Easton, Maine 

502 S. 28th St., Far Rockaway, Ala. 

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Route 2, Box 98A, Arlington, Texas 



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Bergeson, Bertel J. Sansarc, South Dakota 

Brumagin, David R. 

S. Myer Rd., Box 208, Geneva, Ohio 
Cassick, Wilbur 136 Old Colony Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Croley, John H. 9A Landers Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

Faile, Gilford E. 355 George St., Mobile, Ala. 

Fair, Loris W. Winfield, Pa. 

Fuller, Shirley R. 80 Mt. Vernon St., Gardiner, Maine 
Grate, Charles S. R.D. No. 1, Lisbon, Ohio 



Kuhn, John C. 
Olson, Dillard L. 
Olsen, Frank M. 
Parsons, Gerald A. 
Phillips, Ralph S. 
Pi I Isbury , George T. 
Retter, Karl W. 
Roberts, Fred H. 
Steeves, Ronald C. 



R.D. No. 1, Scottdale, Pa. 

738 Grant St., Missoula, Mont. 

72 Hodgkinson St., Quincy, Mass. 

Box 155, Jefferson, Pa. 

6 Forbush Ave., Quincy, Mass. 

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